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Thread: opensuse11.1 compiz on intel 945gm and kde4

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    bcrisciotti NNTP User

    Default opensuse11.1 compiz on intel 945gm and kde4


    Hi all. Just today i installed this new os, with kde4. I tried to enable
    3d effects, but nothing, simply no effects! No emerald, no cube, etc. 3d
    accel is enabled in sax, and i have been used those effects on the same
    machine from the times of suse 10, so i'm sure that the pc is supported.
    Just to make the configs i have installed fusion-icon as usual. Changing
    the window manager does not produce any effect. Any idea? Thanks for
    your reading


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    richyf89 NNTP User

    Default Re: opensuse11.1 compiz on intel 945gm and kde4


    I'm having the same kinda problem on GNOME.

    I just receive the message:

    Desktop effects are not supported on your current hardware /
    configuration. Would you like to activate them anyway?


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    bcrisciotti NNTP User

    Default Re: opensuse11.1 compiz on intel 945gm and kde4


    Hi. Actually i confirm that this chip (i945gm) is supported. And since
    my last post i am now using 3d effects without any furter configuration.
    Simply i was using to the old way of configuring/enabling them. In kde4
    i have to use it's control panel. Anyway it does not still works good
    like the previous versions. And also i've not able to find the old goog
    config files. If you have an old opensuse installation with compiz
    installed, you could check the file /etc/X11/xgl-hardware-list. It
    clearly shows that the chip is supported. So check your installation
    (compiz, emerald and so on) I hope you will solve


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