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  1. #1
    euklidis NNTP User

    Default Compiz Fusion in 11.1


    As far as i can tell KDE4.1 is not fully functional, so i decided to use
    3.5 in opensuse 11.1. i am trying to install everything fails. i tried
    via one click. it fails to install compiz
    bucompizconfig-settings-manager but it tells me that it needs python
    >2.6, in the repos of opensuse there is only 2.6 That means that i

    cannot use fusion fully fanctioning. The Fusion-icon is installed but
    when i try to run it... it does nothing

    euklidis@euklidis-desktop:~> fusion-icon
    * Error: the "FusionIcon" module is missing. If you did not install
    fusion-icon to /usr, you may need to add the appropriate site-packages
    directory to your PYTHONPATH


    So what do i have to do?


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  2. #2
    suskewiet NNTP User

    Default Re: Compiz Fusion in 11.1


    I had problems with compiz (too buggy) and found the solution in another
    post where an url was given: 'openSUSE 11.1 Compiz & NOMAD (xrdp) |
    Ben Kevan's Blog'
    (http://www.benkevan.com/blog/opensus...iz-nomad-xrdp/)

    So I clicked compiz-fusion-gnome.ymp from here 'Index of
    /repositories/X11:/XGL/openSUSE_Factory'
    (http://download.opensuse.org/reposit...nSUSE_Factory/)
    and this includes compiz-icon. If you use kde there are
    compiz-fusion-kde.ymp's available as well.

    Compiz now works much better, but emerald now doesn't work anymore


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  3. #3
    euklidis NNTP User

    Default Re: Compiz Fusion in 11.1


    i fixed it and installed compiz. another problem appeared though.
    Everything work perfectly exept that i cannot move windows. the stick at
    their position and i can do nothing about it...


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    beardo41186 NNTP User

    Default Re: Compiz Fusion in 11.1


    susekiwet,

    I had the same problem, and I fixed it by using the 1-click install for
    kde 4.1.

    They now have three 1-click-installs: one for kde 4, kde 3 and gnome.

    In that version, emerald worked perfectly. Try uninstalling compiz
    fusion, and reinstalling from that repo, and see what happens.


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  5. #5
    morenoalexis NNTP User

    Default Re: Compiz Fusion in 11.1


    I had I similar problem with Compiz, I have a Intel graphic card and
    this is how a solved. Go to the one click install for Compiz, select
    not to install the packages that have the conflict/error with Python ,
    continue with the installation.
    After is the install is done follow the link and perform all the steps.

    'Intel with AiGLX - Compiz Fusion Wiki'
    (http://wiki.compiz-fusion.org/Intel%20with%20AiGLX)

    I hope this helps.


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