cd /usr/share/zoneinfo ls
cd America ls
sudo ln -sf New_York /etc/localtime
export TZ=America/New_York echo "export TZ=America/New_York" >>~/.bashrc
sudo date 082322342010
notaz said:Yeah MiniMenu always sets the clock to what it has in it's configuration now, so running any CPU clock tools before running a game will have no effect. Not sure it's a bug or a feature.
How would I make it so if I run Ginge for example through minimenu it would automatically configure the filter, then run the app without having to go to the terminal, type all of that, then go back to the menu then load the app?notaz said:It's global but apps can change it when they want to, similar like CPU clock. If you have HF4b3 installed, start up terminal and type:DaveC said:Does this only work globally or can it easily be integegrated into apps? So for example if one would want 2X mode to use NNI, and for fractional use the filter in the same app?
Then run ginge or psx4all or whatever.Code:
sudo /usr/pandora/scripts/op_videofir.sh none
EvilDragon said:Well, one thing I was planning for HF5 was a tweaking script where you can tweak settings like selecting default filter, set OPP limit, select min / max overclock settings, etc.
Pickle said:EvilDragon said:Well, one thing I was planning for HF5 was a tweaking script where you can tweak settings like selecting default filter, set OPP limit, select min / max overclock settings, etc.
add an option to change the cpu change delta, a change rate of 1 drives me nuts trying to hit even numbers.