Re: compiz windows without borders
On Saturday 18 November 2006 19:29, Jaime Ochoa Malagón wrote:
> On 11/18/06, Dimitris Lampridis <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > On Saturday 18 November 2006 08:55, email@example.com wrote:
> > > > > http://wiki.debian.org/Compiz
> > > > > but when I launch from shell "compiz --replace &" window borders
> > > > > vanishing and windows are not more clickable.
> > > > > I use nvidia 5700 with last drivers available on unstable
> > repository.
> > > > Unlike most other window managers, compiz does not draw window
> > borders.
> > > > Instead, drawing window borders is handled by
> > > > "gnome-window-decorator" or "gtk-window-decorator". You should start
> > > > that before compiz.
> > >
> > > It doesn't work for me. But I have not "gnome-window-decorator", I have
> > > only "gtk-window-decorator". I have installed compiz-gnome too, but it
> > > doesn't contain "gnome-window-decorator". However, I read in a guide to
> > > launch this if borders vanishing:
> > >
> > > rm -r ~/.gconf/apps/compiz/
> > >
> > > and restart gnome. But it doesn't work for me too:)
> > >
> > > Giulio
> > I just got it working (under KDE?!). The only difference from what you've
> > mentioned is that I use "compiz --replace gconf&", followed by either GTK
> > or
> > GNOME window decorator. both work.
> could you give us the version you are using of the packages?
> what kind of video card are you using?
> I have a segfault of gtk-window-decorator.
Its Debian Etch (64 of course, otherwise I wouldn't be posting here), and as
far as Compiz is concerned, my packages are straight from the testing
repository. Nevertheless, here are the versions of the most important
KDE = 4:3.5.5.dfsg.1-1 (probably doesn't matter at all)
compiz = 0.2.0-1
xserver-xorg = 1:7.1.0-6
linux-image = 2.6.18 custom built
Only notable difference from a typical debian testing box, is that I'm always
backporting the proprietary Nvidia drivers from unstable. I've been using the
8774 drivers, but I read that you need the 9 series to support AIGLX, so I
backported the nvidia drivers from experimental (1.0.9625-2).
My gfx card is 6600GT, on an Asus K8N-E, rest does not matter I think...
PS: There is a conflict with the 9625 drivers and kernels that have the EEPROM
module compiled and loaded. In this case you get a normal boot sequence, no
hangs or anything, but the screen is blank instead of a prompt, or GDM, or
something. Simple solution, unload the EEPROM module (1)