Sorry for taking a while to reply... ^_^
1. I uninstalled all the compiz related files via YUM.
2. Installed all Compiz, Compiz-Fusion, and Emerald (don't forget to reinstall ccsm
) packages in Add/Remove
3. Also, install the kernel-devel
package. This will become a lifeline from here on out! Everytime you update your kernel you will need this package to update your graphics driver...
4. Downloaded the Nvidia Linux driver from the Nvidia
site. I would suggest renaming it something like "nvidia-driver.run".
5. If you currently have X running, which if your are reading this then the is a "Yes", the open Terminal and type:
6. In the file change
then "ctrl+O" and hit "enter"
8. Once the computer has rebooted, you will be in shell mode. Login.
10. It will ask you a series of questions, just Agree to all. It will also try to connect to the Nvidia website for a kernel code, but will fail, this is where kernel-devel comes in! It will then say that is trying make a driver using the kernel source. At the end it will ask if you would like to run the X auto-update, choose Yes/Agree.
11. Once back in the basic shell type
"ctrl+O" then "enter", then "ctrl+X"
14. During bootup you should see the Nvidia logo flash on the screen, right before the login screen. This means that the driver is active.
15. Once you have logged go to 'System/Preferences/Desktop Effects and hit "Enable Desktop Effects". If all has gone right, then it will ask you to keep the changes. Choose yes. Finally, check both of the boxes bellow to enable Cube
and Wobbly Windows