Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 8th Mar 2006 13:43 UTC, submitted by Chris
X11, Window Managers The team behind Kororaa, a Gentoo-based live CD, have released a live CD showcasing Xgl. "Today I am happy to release a Kororaa Live CD showcasing Xgl technology. If you would like to find out what it's all about, then download the CD and boot up your pc! The Live CD comes with Xorg 7, Gnome 2.12.2, 3D support, and of course Xgl." Download locations.
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Nice as a tech-demo
by Hamman on Wed 8th Mar 2006 14:54 UTC
Hamman
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2006-01-02

Would be a nice way of showing this amazing technology to friends, as getting XGL/Compiz to work with KDE seems to be a lot of hassle(and I don't want to run both Gnome and KDE on the same box)

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RE: Nice as a tech-demo
by Morty on Wed 8th Mar 2006 15:37 in reply to "Nice as a tech-demo"
Morty Member since:
2005-07-06

getting XGL/Compiz to work with KDE seems to be a lot of hassle

It should not be any harder than with Gnome, as long as you get the XGL bit working. You only have to replace Kwin with Compiz, just as you replace Metacity on Gnome. I think it's as simple as adding 'export KDEWM=compiz' in .xsession or .xinitrc.

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RE[2]: Nice as a tech-demo
by JMcCarthy on Wed 8th Mar 2006 16:58 in reply to "RE: Nice as a tech-demo"
JMcCarthy Member since:
2005-08-12

KDE apps have a habbit of not showing up in kicker/gnome panel among other things. I believe there was a patch to fix this however.

You're going to notice zero differene without using compiz. It'll just look like a regular X/KDE session.

Edited 2006-03-08 16:59

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