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Beryl on Debian GNU Linux Testing


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Beryl on Debian GNU Linux Testing

Beryl on Debian GNU Linux Testing

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Downloads:  8618
Submitted:  Jan 17 2007
Updated:  May 20 2007


This is a script which will install Beryl and possibly nVidia or ATI drivers on your Debian TESTING system.

Languages available:
- French
- English
- Polish
- German thanks to Armin
- Romanian thanks to Andersonian
You can send me your translations by e-mail.

Open a terminal and do sh beryl-debian.sh

NOTE: I had confirmation that Beryl works fine with the fglrx driver. Thanks to István Szöcs for his mail ;)


v 1.1.6: Add possibility to install Heliodor if you use GNOME
You can see the countdown at the beginning.
v 1.1.5: new language: Romanian
v 1.1.4: new language : German
v 1.1.3: Add possibility to install aquamarine if you use KDE.
v 1.1.2: Beryl packages are now downloaded from a debian repository with apt.
v 1.1.1: ask user if he want to install drivers
v 1.1.0: add choice between ATI or nVidia drivers
ask user if he want to update his system
v 1.0.7: add ppc Beryl packages
fixed dependencies for Beryl packages
v 1.0.6: update i386 Beryl packages to 0.1.5
v 1.0.5: edition of xorg.conf with gedit or kwrite
v 1.0.4: new language: Polish
v 1.0.3: new language: English
v 1.0.2: choice between i386 and amd64 packages
v 1.0.1: delete all installation files
packages are downloaded from my ftp
v 1.0.0: initial release

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 I see GNOME

 by zvonSully on: Jan 19 2007
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the screen shot is from a GNOME desktop !

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 Re: I see GNOME

 by samexner on: May 21 2007
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um... no you dont
look closer... thats KDE.. you can see kicker

meep moop meeroop
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 Re: Re: I see GNOME

 by zvonSully on: May 21 2007
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second screenshot

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 Re: Re: Re: I see GN

 by mateusz93 on: May 21 2007
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Yes I changed it :)

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 kde app??

 by pinotree on: Jan 24 2007
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What does it have to do with kde-apps.org?

It's a taylored shell script for a specific distro, and the only interaction with the user is donw using a GNOME application.

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 Nice but

 by seraphyn on: Feb 8 2007
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you change the System to SID.
Beryl and components works in Etch, too, without any problems. Take a look on it, i think it would be nice to have somthing for Etch, and it will be nice to switch your gnome relatet code to KDE ;)
beryl wirh emerald works fine in KDE in Etch, too.

Keep up the good work you're on the right way imo.


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 by gecko on: Feb 20 2007
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Why is it not for ATI or grafics card independent?

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 by Belisarivs on: Feb 24 2007
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I had a brief look at that script and I don't see XGL to be downloaded. I'm looking for XGL deb for Testing (to make Beryl working on GF 2 MX). Where should I look?

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 by Andersonian on: Apr 20 2007
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To all Romanians out there: I just added the Romanian translation.

It's funny though, that if you can read and understand this, it means you don't actually need it :)

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