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How to install and enable Compiz in Debian

In the following tutorial we walk you through the complete Debian-Compiz installation process. Using this tutorial, you should be up and running Compiz on Debian in just a few minutes.
Read it at PendriveLinux

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Compiz is an advanced compositing window manager that uses 3D Graphics acceleration to produce neat graphical desktop effects. Originally succeeded by Beryl (a fork of Compiz), Berl has since merged back with Compiz and both efforts are now one. If you have a decent video card and a 3D Linux graphics hardware driver enabled, there is good reason to install and take full advantage of Compiz.

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