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Old 01-06-2007, 10:17 AM   #1
montylee
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Hi,

Today i installed Beryl version 0.1.4 on my OpenSuse 10.2 machine. My system configuration is as follows:

Intel DG965RY motherboard (With onboard G965 chipset)
Intel Core 2 Duo E6300
Transcend 1GB DDR-2 RAM

I installed the graphics drivers for G965 chipset from the Intel's website and then installed Beryl.

Now, when i run Beryl the display is totally washed out. I can click the Start Menu with the mouse, run command but no text or icons are visible. I am able to get the rotating 3D cube though.

Before Beryl, i tried using the default Compiz with Xgl but it had the same problem.

What am i missing?
 
  


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