[PC-BSD Testing] Compiz

Bill Leeper protagonist at charter.net
Sun Sep 23 11:58:15 PDT 2007


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I have already disabled Compiz. As I mentioned I was having other  
things crop up as well. I was getting windows going gray and seeming  
to lock up, but they were just bogging down. All of that has stopped  
since I disabled Compiz. I don't recall any of those problems under  
Beryl. And I have a Pentium IV 3.0 Ghz CPU with Hyper Threading and 2  
GB of RAM. There seem to be some serious problems with Compiz at this  
time.


On Sep 22, 2007, at 11:50 PM, brian wrote:

>  Pretty much the same here ( see my earlier posts ) . It works very  
> nice with
> basic use , but slows down Google Earth and renders anything with a  
> Java UI
> unusable . It will also kill a second panel when minimizing windows .
>  Also when forcing a cd to eject via my cd tray I get an immediate  
> reboot .
> Ejecting the cd via desktop gives no problems . In order to get an  
> OSS mixer
> for kmix I had to install the Linux OSS port . Any attempt to play  
> with the
> sound or restart the sound server after that causes an immediate  
> reboot .
> This is a hideous , crude way to handle system errors - just one  
> step behind
> the old blue screen of death .
>  On the plus side Kports works flawlessly and installed the best  
> version of
> powermanga I have played to date. I think when I install 1.4 final  
> I'll
> disable compiz altogether and install Kports right off the bat .
>
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