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Thread: is cyberorg's compiz-git worth the effort?

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    Default is cyberorg's compiz-git worth the effort?

    Right now I have openSUSE 11 with the 2.6.25.16-0.1-default Kernel, Compiz 0.7.8, and GNOME 2.22.1.

    I also have Ubuntu installed on a seperate partition.

    I am planning on switching from Ubuntu to openSUSE but there is one thing holding me back, the Compiz screensaver plugin.

    On my Ubuntu installation i have a screensaver plugin for Compiz.

    So I have been trying to find a way to compile the screensaver plugin for Compiz in openSUSE.

    The only thing I could find about the screensaver plugin at all is that you need to use Cyberorg's repository to get it.

    So I assume that I will need to remove my existing Compiz before I can install compiz-git-all

    Before I Leap into this and ruin a perfectly good Compiz installation, will this be worth it?

    Will the compiz-git version of Compiz be unstable or is it only certain plugins that, when activated, are unstable?

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    Default Re: is cyberorg's compiz-git worth the effort?

    cyberorg's compiz is usually the edge of compiz development and it could have some unstable plugins
    in the 1st moment a plugin is ok it will appeat in XGL repo too

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