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i have KDE 3.5 and id like to try 3D desktop.My questions are: what do i need? do i need any kernel modules? where to get that what i need? ...
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- 09-01-2006 #1
how to get 3D desktop on ...
what do i need?
do i need any kernel modules?
where to get that what i need?
(im gonna do that on ubuntu dapper)
- 09-01-2006 #2
What video hardware do you have?
Which distro are we talking about here?
Do you mean XGL?
- 09-01-2006 #3
its ubuntu dapper drake
i have ge force fx 5200
what is xgl?
- 09-01-2006 #4Originally Posted by jan1024188
XGL is a new 3D desktop that was introduced by Novell (owners of SuSE). What 3D desktop were you referring to?
- 09-01-2006 #5
this is my current xorg.conf
Identifier "NVIDIA Corporation NV34 [GeForce FX 5200]"
i tought if is possible to make KDE 3D....
so i have to download and install XGL?
- 09-01-2006 #6Originally Posted by jan1024188
I warn you though, neither of these is easy to get working.
- 09-01-2006 #7
specialy with ubuntu...here is runlevel 2 GUI....so which runlevel to choose ?1?
- 09-01-2006 #8Originally Posted by jan1024188
d) Debian users may need to use /etc/init.d/gdm stop instead.
- 09-01-2006 #9
If you mean Xgl you can go to compiz.net and you will get a lot of nice tutorials specially for Ubuntu or Kubuntu. I have ran it on my machine (on fedora and ubuntu) and was pretty simple to get it working.
You don't need any new kernel module apart from the nvidia one.Put your hand in an oven for a minute and it will be like an hour, sit beside a beautiful woman for an hour and it will be like a minute, that is relativity. --Albert Einstein
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- 09-09-2006 #10