Some information regarding Unity:
* gnome-session - patched with backport which enables session
management. Awesome feature, works properly. This is required to
launch a session named 'unity' (could be a lot of things, I've decided
to name it Unity). Once this session boots there's a small file loaded
from /etc/profile.d that sets the env var COMPIZ_CONFIG_PROFILE to the
profile I want compiz to run. Currently the compiz profile is also
named unity and it's loaded through the .ini backend as suggested by
Vincent (Ubuntu uses gconf). This is working properly.
* compiz - I've built compiz from 0.9.4 sources and patched it with
'all' the Ubuntu patches. For Unity I'm not really needing
compiz-manager and it should actually be removed because under a
normal GNOME2 session it brings problems with compiz 0.9.4 (the
interface isn't draw on the screen).
Anyway we can automatize the removal of compiz-manager ? Or what would
be the best way to do it?
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