newbi462 wrote:cwwgateway wrote:@newbi462
Compiz was used the last time I tried it, although it's very possible now they've stopped using it.
Again, SolusOS is great (although I, admittedly, have some problems with a fairly small minority in their community that seems to really dislike Clem and Mint, but that isn't related to the distro), but I believe newbi462 is looking for Ubuntu package compatibility, which you won't completely get with Debian-based distros (which I, again, use primarily and really like). Hardware support is very good in SolusOS, but most hardware manufacturers certify like 70% of their PCs to run Ubuntu specifically, so that might take it the extra mile. Personally, I don't have much of a problem with hardware compatibility or package selection on other distros, but I can see that problem occurring.
Where I am at the moment with UE 3.5 is not one of the desktop affects in any DE or compiz is working.... and the support over there is not to helpful. If they could be made to work could be a match
In SolusOS, Saw no way to enable COMPIZ... did I miss it?
Yeah, they probably removed compiz in favor of kwin in 3.5.
As for SolusOS, I believe entering the following into the terminal will do it (you can add this command to your startup apps):
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