Folks, I spent two weeks trawling the web for the most efficient newbie-friendly way to install XGL on Suse 10.0/10.1/Enterprise. There are so many long-winded ways of doing it, I decided to get all the shorter versions and put them together for others like me - who really don't like using the terminal window LOL!

Come with me, and lets get that sexy cube on your Suse Enterprise desktop straight away!

Involved are the following:

1: Setting up XGL (specifically for Enterprise but should work for 10/10.1 too)
2: Getting it to work in KDE (as Gnome is the default and I prefer KDE
3: Getting the latest and safest Compiz for yet more groovy affects!

Click to take off! www.sugarrave.com:)