Thats works but, the setting "enable desktop effects were in 3.11 secured with a message if you realy want this, are you sure your hardware can do it. Now it just enables it and when one is an normal user and no nerd its very hard to get it then disabled. Even a boot does not help because the setting is saved immed.
It looks like compiz does not realy care i.e. checks the hardware...or the nomodeset ...whatever where that can be set.
This is a major first "view on a system" problem that a new users will see and it should be downward compatibe with 3.11.
A new user see after a new boot a mess......that is not a good advertisement ...
Op Mon, 21 Mar 2011 20:34:33 +0100 schreef Nelson Marques firstname.lastname@example.org:
to the kernel booting parameters on GRUB. That should fix it (no 3D though).
On Mon, Mar 21, 2011 at 7:09 PM, mussie email@example.com wrote:
I just installed opensuse 11.4 gnome on this system.....
with an IBM ThinkVision lcd monitor on it.
This system goes great on a VESA setting.
The problem is that the hardware is not capable of desktop effects. Yet they are on a VESA setting (old) enabled. After installing this gives a big mess as you will understand. Can't you set VESA settings "disable desktop effects" that would be great for alot of people running this OS on an older machine. btw the rest is fine and GREAT!!!
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