EDIT: Before proceeding please read note at bottom!
NOTICE: This is NOT considered a stable version, it can mess up. Always be prepared to fix it or revert back! That said, it is in fact very stable and shouldn't cause any problems.
First, remove EVERYTHING Compiz related using Synaptic. Make sure you get everything including Emerald. Then clean all the hidden Compiz files out of /home. This is important. Any old Compiz stuff is going to cause problems.
Now, paste the debian lenny repo from here:
into your /etc/apt/sources.list. You can now
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apt-get install compiz-fusion-all
but I suggest going through Synaptic to make sure you only get Shame packages.
You can now use the latest Git packages also:
As long as you have git and the proper development tools installed.
EDIT: I come back with my tail between my legs! I installed this on my laptop with no problems whatsoever. Yet I tried these steps on TWO fresh installs of Mint Xfce Elyssa and ran into dependency hell. I managed to get both working but it was tricky. Best I can tell you will need to get libc6 and libc6 dev and also popt0 from here:
https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/intrepid/i ... pt0/1.14-4
Try to keep to the links so the packages all match, I am using the intrepid packages. I would also suggest using the Lenny repo instead of the etch as it has a higher version number to match python 2.5. Again, this is workable, but I did not realize these problems when I first posted. By rights, if you cannot solve these types of dependencies then you probably should just stay with the Mint packages or the nice upgrade Merlwiz provided. That is a really slick install and gets you to a pretty recent version. Again, this one may give you a headache, be warned!