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Old 08-06-2007, 10:44 AM   #1
Zeratul
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Compiz Fusion problem under Ubuntu 7.04


Hello everyone,
I have a Wubi installation of Feisty, and followed the instructions on ubuntuguide.org to install Compiz fusion. Whenever I try to start compiz with compiz --replace, it gives a segmentation fault (line 777, I'll have to post the exact error message later). I can use Beryl with the proprietary nvidia drivers without any problems. I also booted the Xubuntu 7.04 live cd and installed Compiz fusion and it worked smoothly. Any thoughts?
Thanks in advance, and apologies if this has been posted/reported before.
 
  


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