Xgl with Xfce
Posted by isilanes on October 5, 2006
To attain that (after you have GNOME/Xgl running), just create two files:
Xgl -fullscreen :1 -ac -accel glx:pbuffer -accel xv:pbuffer & sleep 2 && DISPLAY=:1
# Start Xfce
The latter inserts a “Xfce-Xgl” entry in the GDM xsession list, which will call the former. That one actually startx Xgl and opens Xfce. Nice, uh?
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