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Thread: Starting "Compiz" on boot / startup

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    LinuxMonster761 NNTP User

    Default Starting "Compiz" on boot / startup


    Can't seem to get Compiz to run
    when I start up, I have to type the
    start code...

    Can anyone help???

    LinuxMonster761


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    BenderBendingRodriguez NNTP User

    Default Re: Starting "Compiz" on boot / startup


    openSUSE version and Graphical Environment, more details please


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    LinuxMonster761 NNTP User

    Default Re: Starting "Compiz" on boot / startup


    OS: OpenSUSE 11.0 (i586)
    GUI: KDE 4.0.4 "release 15.2"
    Graphics Card: AMD RV280 5961

    I'm going to switch to 11.1, hopefully, but this
    should be useful, and will this apply to 11.1??

    Thanks,
    LinuxMonster761


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    BenderBendingRodriguez NNTP User

    Default Re: Starting "Compiz" on boot / startup


    You need to set up compositioning in Personal Settings-->>Default
    Applications-->>Window Manager set it to Compiz and Apply

    By they way i don't recommend using Compiz with KDE 4.
    It's a lot slower than running it's own compositioning frame provided
    by kwin. Really.


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