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All the plugins!

Postby JOHNNYG » Sun Oct 24, 2010 6:37 pm

found this and have tested it twice ! here you go ! in terminal copy and past all lines in red as well as the whole line at git clone !<BREW>
This is script to install experimental plugins tailored for use with Ubuntu 9.04 - 10.10, compiz version 0.8.x. For those using any other version than 0.8 this script should not be used.

If you're not sure which version of compiz you have installed, you can use the following command to find out.

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compiz --version

This is not recommended to anyone not knowing exactly what they are doing.

For those who are using Ubuntu 9.04, 9.10, 10.04 or 10.10 and would like to install additional experimental plugins not provided in the official repositories, this is a script to do just that. NOTE: compiz-fusion-plugins-unsupported is no longer in the official ubuntu repos as of 9.10 release. This script includes the plugins that were provided by this package. As of 10.04, compiz-fusion-plugins-extra is not installed by default so the script installs it as well.


1) Install git-core

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sudo apt-get install git-core

2) Download the script

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git clone git://anongit.compiz.org/users/soreau/scripts

3) Run it

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./scripts/compiz-addons

If you have already downloaded the script set but want to get the latest changes, go to the scripts directory in your terminal and update it (Update is done)

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git pull

Remember, run it as user, never use sudo or run as root. It will prompt for password for two things. 1) to install dependencies and 2) to install the icons. The plugins will be installed to ~/.compiz and the source code will be placed in ~/src/compiz/plugins but the icons must be installed to /usr/share/ccsm/icons/hicolor/scalable/apps which is owned by root. In short, run the script as user and it will prompt for password if needed. Here are a few examples of how to use it.

Use it to compile the plugins:

Examples:

Installing a plugin

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~/scripts/compiz-addons install snow


Removing a plugin

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~/scripts/compiz-addons uninstall atlantis

List all available

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~/scripts/compiz-addons --list

Help with usage

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~/scripts/compiz-addons --help

Install all plugins the script supports

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~/scripts/compiz-addons install all

Remove all installed plugins

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~/scripts/compiz-addons uninstall all

Alternatively you can run the script without any arguments and it will go through the list of plugins, prompting action for each in the list.

After using the script:
Restart compiz and ccsm so the plugin will be loaded internally by compiz and it will show up in ccsm. To do this:
Press Alt+F2 and in the run dialog type 'compiz --replace' without tick marks and press enter.
Restart ccsm by simply closing and restarting the ccsm window. (System>Preferences>CompizConfig Settings Manager)
Enjoy ! <BREW>
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Re: All the plugins!

Postby JOHNNYG » Sat Nov 06, 2010 7:40 am

Up date. Works in Lucid, Maverick and Natty (for now! :roll: )
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Re: All the plugins!

Postby citra_tdz » Sat Nov 06, 2010 11:28 am

have tried this yesterday, got tutorial from other place, this install is great, all plugins are very good. other should try it also.

thnx
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Re: All the plugins!

Postby sambolinux » Wed Nov 10, 2010 8:01 pm

Thanks JohnnyG works like a charm.:)
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