Difference between revisions of "Installing and configure Compiz Fusion"
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Setting up GDM
What we are going to do first is sync portage and the overlays to make sure that we have the latest GDM available to us.
emerge --sync && layman -s sabayon
Then emerge gdm by doing
emerge -va gdm
Then backup your gdm.conf and your custom.conf by doing this:
cp /usr/share/gdm/defaults.conf /usr/share/gdm/defaults.conf.bak cp /etc/X11/gdm/custom.conf /etc/X11/gdm/custom.conf.bak
Then browse to /etc/conf.d/xdm and change:
Also as a precaution check /etc/rc.conf and make sure that it says something like this:
DISPLAYMANAGER has moved to /etc/conf.d/xdm
Now we move into the actual phase of configuring it to use XGL.
- Run gdmsetup
- Select the Security tab
- Click the Configure X Server button found at the bottom right of the tab
We will first delete all available entry's for the X server. Don't call me crazy. They'll be replaced.
- Click on the Standard Server that appears in the "Servers to Start" list.
- Click on the remove button. Goodbye X.
Now we replace that with a new X server.
- Click the Add/Modify button.
- Set the new server to use VT:1 for nVidia users or VT:0 for ATI users.
- Do not add any thing else. Click ok when done.
- Name the server Xgl.
- In the command line add this:
/usr/bin/Xgl -br -ac -accel glx:pbuffer -accel xvfor nVidia users or
/usr/bin/Xgl :0 -ac -accel glx:pbuffer -accel xv:pbufferfor ATI users.
Follow said wiki: HOWTO:_Latest_Compiz-Fusion
- The one and only resource: http://gentoo-wiki.com/HOWTO_XGL#Configuring_GDM_to_Use_the_Xgl_Server
--Element 11:21, 29 July 2007 (PDT)