How to install AMD video card driver and enable Compiz effects in Ubuntu

Actually,Ubuntu 's default ATI driver can enable some Compiz effects already,but the default driver's effect is not good,so we use below ways:

Method 1:

We may install open source ATI video card driver : System->Administration->Hardware Drivers,tick the driver you need ,and then click it to intall.

Method 2:

Intall ATI official driver,below is the download link :

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Use Fusion-icon to manage Compiz Fusion in Ubuntu

systemtoolFusion-icon is a tool for  Compiz Fusion which let you control Compiz Fusion easily,for example, you can change the current window decorator between GTK window decorator and Emerald decorator whenever you want,and you also can change current  Window manager whenever you want..etc.

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Compiz Fusion 0.6.0 released!

Compiz Fusion develop team announced the Compiz Fusion 0.6.0 is available today.This is a stable version based on Compiz Core,many new features have been added in this version,besides many bugs have been fixed as well.

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Let Compiz work on Ubuntu 7.10 with ATI Mobility Radeon vedio card

Many friends complained their compiz didn't work after upgrading Ubuntu to Gusty(7.10).I searched and searched,finally I got a workable method.It is really a practical method ,as I sorted ATI+compiz+Gusty issues out for my friends by following it:

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Compiz Fusion Web Site Now Up!

Compiz Fusion official website is now up and running,have a look:~
http://www.compiz-fusion.org/

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