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by The Fedora Unity Team last modified Jan 30, 2008 08:55 PM

Page Compiz-Fusion with Fusion Icon by scott_glaser — last modified Jan 10, 2010 09:37 PM
Compiz Fusion is the "cool desktop effects" most notably the Cube that most of you have seen in a screenshot or videos all over the Internet. Fedora comes with a version called Desktop Effects, simply compiz, however is does not have all the features of compiz-fusion. You can take a look at it under System -> Preferences -> Look and Feel -> Desktop Effects. Now if you want to use all the effects, plugins, etc . . . this is the post for you to follow.
Page Configuring an nVidia Card and Kernel Modules by scott_glaser — last modified Nov 29, 2012 06:14 PM
There are kernel modules provided by RPMFusion that are specifically designed for Fedora. If you're using yum, and you're using our suggested yum configuration, you should be able to install the drivers easily. If you need support for the nVidia drivers, check out the nV News "Linux and nVidia Graphics" forum.
Page Configuring an nVidia Card and Kernel Modules - mesa-dri-drivers-experimental by Dave Riches — last modified Dec 22, 2010 03:47 PM
New in Fedora 13 is nouveau 3D support, it is preferable to try the experimental drivers before installing kmod-nvidia. This howto discusses the installation and configuration of mesa-dri-drivers-experimental in conjunction with nouveau
Page fixing refresh problems with nvidia and compiz in fedora 10 by mark mcintyre — last modified Jan 21, 2009 06:59 AM
the latest drivers seem to work just fine, but i found some of my firefox tabs not refreshing upon switching and my terminal windows not displaying all the text. i found this fix in the nvidia forums...
Page Installing and running AIGLX on Fedora by strikeforce — last modified Jan 30, 2008 03:46 AM
This how to will take you through the steps to install Aiglx using the Nvidia drivers version 1.0.9626.
Page Installing the Drivers as Provided by nVidia by bobjensen — last modified Sep 30, 2009 12:50 PM
We suggest using the nVidia rpms from the RPMFusion repository. Some people report problems once in a great while. If you are one of those people here's how to install the nVidia drivers if the RPM doesn't work (or if you don't want to use the RPM). NEVER use these instructions with out trying the RPMs first:
Page Removing the nVidia Binary Installer and Replacing it with Kernel Modules by scott_glaser — last modified Apr 22, 2009 10:24 AM
At times new users are poorly informed and assume the best way to get 3D and added feature support for their nVidia graphics cards is to install the driver as provided by nVidia. We believe this is not the case. We recommend using the kernel modules provided by RPMFusion.
Page Using 3rd Party Video Drivers by Mike A Harris — last modified Apr 22, 2009 10:30 AM
There have been a number of bugs reported in Red Hat bugzilla against X which have recently been tracked down to 3rd party video drivers being the culprit behind the problem the user was experienced. In many of the cases however, it wasn't obvious that the 3rd party drivers were at fault because the user was actually using the Red Hat/Fedora supplied drivers, and not using the 3rd party driver that they had previously installed.
Page Using akmods by zcat — last modified Jun 24, 2010 05:25 PM
How & why to use rpmfusion's "automagical" source akmods instead of regular binary kmods (kernel modules).
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