[compiz] compiz autostart with AIGLX
jigish.gohil at gmail.com
Mon Oct 29 07:23:19 PDT 2007
On 10/29/07, David C. Rankin J.D. P.E. <drankinatty at suddenlinkmail.com> wrote:
> I have a feeling my no autostart problem is related to the following
> tests in compiz-manager. Is there a way I can "step" through the script
> on openSuSE 10.3 while it is running to find out where the script dies?
> Or do I basically have to insert error returns throughout the script to
> capture that info?
sh -x /path/to/anyscript
compiz-manager is not the only way to autostart compiz, you can put
compiz commands in gnome session or kde's autostart.
Please give a thorough reading to followin and use the method that
works for you:
You can put any of the following commands in autostart
1. compiz --replace ccp&
2. compiz --replace glib gconf&
3. compiz-manager (if you have it installed)
5. Your own script
and google for compiz autostart scripts.
Someone already posted reply to your issue with the script that works
for him, so I do not quite understand what is the confusion.
PS: Please do not cross post, it confuses people who use search
engines for solutions and wastes unnecessary bandwidth.
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