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i tried the stuff in that guide but i am using a computer in my hardware class at school.. it dosent have internet access... so it wont work... i need ...
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    i tried the stuff in that guide but i am using a computer in my hardware class at school..
    it dosent have internet access... so it wont work...

    i need a way to do this without any internet
    how..

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    Quote Originally Posted by phantommaggot
    but i am using a computer in my hardware class at school..
    And that computer has a recent nvidia card? Reading this

    http://www.mepis.org/book/export/html/12161

    it looks like the 3d drivers for nvidia and ATI are included. This indicates the necessary related kernel packages are also there. According to the Mepis site recent nvidia cards can run Beryl even in live --not installed-- mode. A nice touch if it works.

    Did you try enabling the drivers when installing?

    If more help is needed post back with the card's model number.
    WARNING: I may be telling you more than I know !

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    Talking 3d accelleration

    I actually think you do need a 3D acceleration card for beryl to run properly. I have one built in my laptop running MEPIS and it runs beryl perfectly fine. So don't take my word for it though.

    -Jonathan

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