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Old 15th September 2007, 08:43 PM
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Fedora 7 +Intel965+ [Beryl, Compiz, Compiz-Fusion] Freezes

Hello !!

I recently get a dell inspiron 1420, i get video working with 1440x900 resolution using 965 native driver, ipw3965, ethernet broadcom 59xx, integrated intel audio, etc. i'm using kernel version and when i tried to get beryl or compiz or compiz-fusion working, it freezes. Beryl seems to start correctly but few seconds later it freezes. If i try to get beryl working on kernel version 2.6.21-1.3194, it starts but white beryl dead screen appears, i can move the cube but there is nothing i can see. Can anyone could help me regarding this matter ??? should i reinstall everything ??? i like to get beryl working.

I used to have a laptop with fc6 and beryl working perfectly with a 915 graphics card.

Thanks in advance for your help
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