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    Jeff91 NNTP User

    Default Compiz Fusion?


    So I went and downloaded the most recent Compiz, but when I try to load
    either CCSM or simple-ccsm I get a loading symbol for a moment and then
    nothing happens... Any ideas? Also how do I know if my GFX driver is
    install properly?

    Thanks,
    ~Jeff


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    TheMask NNTP User

    Default Re: Compiz Fusion?


    First of all - read this: 'Compiz - openSUSE'
    (http://en.opensuse.org/compiz). After properly setting up your graphic
    card driver (best is NVIDIA) you should be able to accomplish the task
    via simple one-click install.
    If you want *proper* help, please tell us your exact OpenSuse version
    and wether you are using the KDE or Gnome Desktop environment.

    And I almost forgot: *WELCOME.* ^^
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    Jeff91 NNTP User

    Default Re: Compiz Fusion?


    I am running openSuse 11.1 and Gnome desktop.

    ~Jeff


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    Jeff91 NNTP User

    Default Re: Compiz Fusion?


    I have my GFX drivers installed now (it shows the NVidia logo when I
    boot), how ever I think I think I know why it is not loading Compiz, I
    tried reinstalling it and it tells me it is missing some dependencies,
    namely python < 2.6 and libgnome-desktop-2.so.2 how can I go about
    getting these? I have used Ubuntu/Fedora before this so I know my way
    around some... and this is kinda a stupid question but where is the
    terminal?

    ~Jeff


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    TheMask NNTP User

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    You can find the terminal by typing clicking on the opensuse button
    (down in gthe left hand corner) and typing "terminal". To install python
    and libgnome, your first place to look at should be YAST. Open it via
    the menue (down the left side) and search it.
    Better don't use 'exact" names - just type "python" and after selecting
    that one to install type "libgnome". Both should be found.

    Good luck.
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