>> ahh. see here, post #4:
>> try this command first:
>> mkdir ~/.config/xserver-xgl
>> then run the touch command again. then reboot. XGL should be stopped.
> Thanks, this worked perfectly, but it makes me wonder: what other
> useful features can only be manipulated though this rather obscure
> configuration method?
*that* list is almost endless. it would be futile to try and compile
one. actually, it would be a good job for a co-op student or an intern.
> I'm happy to report that 3D games are working great and there doesn't
> seem to be anymore video or scrolling lag, which is really good since
> I intend to start using cinelerra for editing video.
great. glad i could help.
i've seen lots of videos on youtube etc. featuring compiz/beryl using
xgl and they all seem to run really fast and be really stable. this has
not been my experience.
that said, i probably just can't google well enough to come up with the
tweaks which would make my hardware perform.
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