I have nvidia Geforce 9200 M GS graphic processor with a memory of 512 mb and a RAM of 4GB.I install confuse fusion and try to install cube atlantis as instructed in http://www.tips5.com/install-compiz-...fect-on-ubuntuI could install confuse fusion successfully. But in the confuse fusion setting window ,there is no icon called cube atlantis and because of that i couldn't activate cube atlantis
I wanting to install the atlantis cube for compiz and having no luck installing it I have tried the steps of going into the terminal and obtaining the files through git but it cant find them I am a bit stuck on what to do next.
How do i install the cube Atlantis 2 on my desktop and what application do i have to get to install it on my desktop,im using ubuntu 10.10 i have already install compiz fusion and the regular cube but i wanna install atlantis 2 cube on my pc.
I installed gnome desktop of SUSE to my laptop and i am new to SUSE.I installed compiz fusion setting manager and it work well.But i want to install cube Atlantis ,snow effect in to that.I dont know how to do it .
i was looking at videos and saw some demonstration of desktop-environment. one demonstration was of an ubuntu with something called atlantic desktop. it is an transparent 3d cube with swimming fishes inside the cube and in the background. i go into comfiz-fusion web-page and there i could read that its not a plugin, but a part of atlantic screensaver that come original with kde4-screensaver-extra, but in my opensuse 11.1 kde4.22 i cant find this.
i'm using a 64 bit system. i'm running cube deformation with cylinder.i am unable to make my cube caps transparent.i've deleted the original cap settings.i have also attempted to log out and in again to see if it would change.also.....my mouse is not changing to it's new pointer when i'm active in compiz.when compiz is off my mouse change is set, when it is on it stays as the white pointer unless i'm on firefox.
I am returning to Linux after falling of the Wagon to Microsoft land. Would like to go back to developing on a GNU collaboration package - very mutch like cobalt cube. Can anyone make a suggestion as to a package, app, or appliance. Would consider packaged hardware with software. I heard a freind mention Pogo.
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This is my first time for a lot of things Linux related. Lucid Lynx is the first version I have installed on a desktop at home so bear with me as I am quite the noob. This is also my first time posting here, and I have all ready learned a ton from browsing this forum.
I have Compiz settings manager installed. It seems that all the effects are working as it should, but I can't find or figure out how to install the Atlantis plugin. Can this plugin work on 10.4 with a 64 bit system? If it can, please let me know, and keep in mind that I am a Linux Beginner.
I downloaded and installed compiz, and edited settings in simple compizconfig manager. The 3D effect of desktop is assigned ' none '. But when I try to rotate the cube, it's a cylinder. I rechecked the settings, but is still set to ' none '.
I have Ubuntu 11.04 and I am running it on Ubuntu classic due to not caring for Unity very much. I have an Acer Aspire 5739 and a Nvidia GEForce GT 130M graphics card. Is there any way to have a 3D desktop cube again?
I have read many posts on here and else where and still have not managed to get it working. (I am fairly new to Linux btw so just try to keep that in mind when replying)
I've recently enabled the fun stuff with compiz but I've run into a sort of problem... I want 9 desktops in a 3x3 grid (yeah, weird I know) but if I'm using the cube I can only rotate left and right... which is pretty weak sauce. Is there any way to (preferred) have desktops on the top and bottom of the cube and be able to bind a key combo to rotate up and down (ctrl-alt-up/down)? I *could* put 9 desktops in a row, but I really don't like that solution - it takes too many flips to make it from one desktop to another.
Compiz is all full of beautiful (especially burning the windows on close)
I have installed Lucid on my G4 Cube and it works fine except that I only get a video signal on the VGA connector. I would like to use my 15" Apple Studio LCD, but cannot get a signal on the ADC connector. If I boot the the original OS 9 CD, it works, so I don't think it is a hardware problem. I have tried creating an xorg.conf file with many different setting - still no signal to the LCD.
Upgraded to 10.10 yesterday, something I noticed is that I cannot enable 3D feature with cube? Loaded all of Compiz and drivers, downloaded latest nvidia, but option still "greyed" out. Worked fine with 10.04..
I use the hotkey ctrl+alt+left click in Blender to zoom object... So I didn't want Compiz to use the same key to move around the cube. I changed a setting in window move, and either the old or the new key works. New is alt+1 but it does nothing, same with ctrl+alt+left click. Also, I want the move around hotkey to be something like super+m or ctrl+m etc.
I'm trying to get desktop cube in compiz to work. I can select it and create a key combination for it, but I can't get it to work. I tried creating new workspaces and making less but the cube never shows up.
1. how I can "roll up" a program window by using the mousewheel? At work we have SLED 10/KDE (Ubuntu/Gnome is "better"), and there I can do it that way. It would be nice if I could do it here at home, in Ubuntu 10.04, too.
2. in "Gutsy Gibbon", I could turn the Compiz cube with the mousewheel. Can this be done with the mousewheel in 10.04 too, and if so, how? I don't seem to find it in the CompizConfig Settings Manager (or I'm missing it, which wouldn't be so strange, considering the countless things one can change in Ubuntu).
Im hooking up my cube (lol) i already got the image for the top using compiz, wich i dont like because the image is a see thru. but whatever...what i want now is to be able to set the same or another image for the bottom of the cube, is that possible?
I tried using ccsm to get the cube desktop working on ubuntu 10.04. After reading through many of the forums here on how to get the cube working I still could not find an answer for 10.04. Changed my settings with gconf-editor to disable Nautilus show desktop and a few other recommended setting and nothing worked. Also, for some reason, ccsm did not have the Wallpaper option (its supposed to be under utility), and I think it was necessary for the cube in some way.
I've been playing around with the cube in CCSM and I've seen some videos on ..... that have windows XP on one side of the cube and on the other three sides, it still has Ubuntu. I was wondering how i would do that? If it makes a difference, I wanted to do that with Vista instead of XP.