Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 10th Feb 2009 17:13 UTC
X11, Window Managers Ever since its inception, there have been problems with Compiz; people unsatisfied with the direction of the project forked it, then they merged again. Recently, the project, now known as Compiz Fusion, faced other problems, such as multiple branches and a lack of direction. A major reorganisation of the project is supposed to fix all this.
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RE[3]: KWin
by Maners on Tue 10th Feb 2009 21:04 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: KWin"
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I'm using the most recent driver from RPM Fusion which, as of now, is:

I hope this is the driver bug, because the video playback (in GNOME) is much slower now after recent updates. I'm not sure whether the latest xorg update caused this or if it's the nVidia driver (I don't have time to investigate this now). Regardless, the whole KDE 4.2 seems slow even with Desktop Effects disabled in KWin, which should rather eliminate nVidia bug from the suspected causes.

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RE[4]: KWin
by gilboa on Wed 11th Feb 2009 22:34 in reply to "RE[3]: KWin"
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Seems that KDE (or actually, the latest QT) exposes a number of deficiencies in the nVidia binary driver.
nVidia is aware of this problem and trying to fix it.

You may want to try the InitialPixmapPlacement and GlyphCache settings. [1] (In theory, they are no longer needed, but I'm stilling using them and both 2D and kwin composition seem to be working just fine)

- Gilboa

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RE[5]: KWin
by sbergman27 on Wed 11th Feb 2009 23:10 in reply to "RE[4]: KWin"
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Seems that KDE (or actually, the latest QT) exposes a number of deficiencies in the nVidia binary driver.

Seems that the KDE (or maybe the latest QT) devs did not do proper (or really any) research on the driver support they were depending upon when they were blindly making those decisions and blindly writing all that code. It's not like people weren't trying to point it out to them for the last several years. Go KDE...

Edited 2009-02-11 23:12 UTC

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