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I have just upgraded to Fedora 13, and am trying to use the experimental Nvidia driver to enable Compiz desktop effects. The driver appears to be working correctly, but when I enable desktop effects, my text/icons/option menus are inverted (mirrored on both x and y axis's). Can anyone help me solve this issue? am i going to have to go to the proprietary Nvidia graphics driver?
xrandr -o normal had no effect. xrandr -o inverted caused my display to rotate 180degrees (so the screen was just mirrored about the y axis. also, the mouse now moves in the opposite direction (makes sense, since i believe the command simply tells the screen it's upside down, i guess.
any other thoughts/suggestions?
Well your log file looks fine. I've seen that kind of problem reported with compiz in the past by intel users who somehow managed to get the nvidia GLX module loaded, so I thought that might be the case here, but, in your case, the glx module is the correct Xorg one. I highly recommend opening up a bug report with fedora.