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Beryl on Fedora 8

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I am looking to setup Beryl on a freshly installed Fedora 8 system. Graphics card being used is Intel onboard. Can someone point me in the right direction? I have looked for a while but cant find any information at all.
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Beryl and compiz have merged to "Compiz-Fusion". Did you check out the following site? There is a download for FC7, and that should be similar to your FC8.
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found a nice tutorial here.
http://www.howtoforge.com/compiz-fusion-fedora8-ati-mobility-radeon-9200
Simple seach of compiz fusion fedora on google. Was unaware of the merge..Thanks for the heads up
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your welcome
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