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I got beryl (i.e. compiz-quinnstorm) working. I had to do this:

export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/lib/opengl/xorg-x11/lib
export DISPLAY=:1

This thread was a life-saver. Now rather than the whole screen being white, I get nice unnecessarily bouncy window effects. Can't be beat. A lot of new stuff has been added since last I looked. The development speed on this project is rather shocking. Every time I look there's a new plugin or new feature that's been ganked from OS X or Vista. It's an exciting time to be a Linux user.

October 01, 2006 @ 9:23 AM PDT
Cateogory: Linux


Quoth Yams on October 01, 2006 @ 4:29 PM PDT

sudo apt-get remove compiz (and its various other packages) and then sudo apt-get install beryl (and its various other packages) did it for me. :)

Quoth Brian on October 01, 2006 @ 5:01 PM PDT

Too bad it requires you to forfeit your soul.

"emerge beryl-core" did it for me. Other than the whole library mismatch thing.

Quoth Yams on October 01, 2006 @ 5:39 PM PDT

Don't you want to rejoin us Ubuntu heathen?

Quoth Brian on October 02, 2006 @ 3:06 AM PDT

I was actually considering it. Then I read that ubuntu's x86_64 support sucks. And I realized Gentoo works fine and runs everything I need it to, so there's no point in switching.

If my Gentoo install ever has a catostrophic failure, I may consider switching. But if it hasn't broken given the amount of abuse I currently throw at it, chance are it's not going to any time soon.