Yesterday a lot of time has gone into trying to get Xgl to work. It is a graphics server for linux that enables you to have some pretty spiffy looking things going on when you're using the computer much like you can in Mac OS X and Aero in Vista. Yes, it is very resource hungry but I really just wanted to give it a go and maybe perhaps if it doesn't kill the computator too much to use it constantly.
Alas it has turned out that I didn't manage to get it working and the one time I did log in and almost managed to work with it the computer was so slow it was useless. Like trying to run Win98 on a IBM 486, or perhaps worse. The flaw got blamed on the slow motherboard and CPU and the correct configurations were put back to work with regular 2D Xorg.
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