ps aux >> processes-cinnamon
trebzgum wrote:You mention compiz and now I remember the reason I installed the nvidia drivers is for compiz to work with 3D effects. When I installed the drivers I was logged into Cinnamon & I saw the compiz effects were not working so I searched how to activate and used the command: "compiz --replace" and added it to my startup applications, that's when I rebooted and could not log into Cinnamon, so I logged into mate and compiz was activated. I saw that it was using alot of CPU so I have disabled it since. Could that be the problem?
added it to my startup applications
^^how?so I have disabled it since
zerozero wrote:navigate to home/.config/autostart and see if you locate any compiz related desktop.file or you could while in mate "switch off" compiz using the fusion icon (i believe it's installed, if not sudo apt-get install fusion-icon.
Did you check ~/.config/autostart ?
grep compiz ~/.config/autostart/*
i'm not sure, the positive way of doing it is deleting the compiz.desktop.If I delete the compiz selection from my Startup Applications will it delete 'compiz.desktop'? Right now I have it unchecked.
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