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Old 11th March 2010, 04:41 PM
Gaurav Prabhu Offline
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Post Update broke 3D Acceleration in Fedora 12

I updated my fedora 12 GNOME installation. Now Compiz fusion is not working. It says Accelerated 3D support not found. Though Nvidia drivers are already installed. Now I can't even ALT+TAB between open applications.

I tried "metacity -- replace" but then windows wore a weird look with only a minimize button. No sign of maximise & close buttons.
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