I've upgraded my NC10 to two gigs of ram and Compiz still runs horribly on it. It really isn't usable at all. But if you want to try it for yourself, you'll need to upgrade the BT3 kernel which involves just copying in a new upgraded one into your /boot folder. I used the one from Slax 6.0.7. (220.127.116.11) Then I think you'll have to edit your xorg.conf file to contain the composite and argbglxvisuals options along with a depth of 24. (Look around, those have been posted here many times.) Lastly, run the command...
Originally Posted by mcai8rw2
and then in the Kmenu, run the program Compiz-Fusion Icon. That should get it all up and running but it does not work very well at all for me.
LIBGL_ALWAYS_INDIRECT=true compiz --replace ccp && emerald &
Ironically enough, I dual boot my NC10 with Fedora 10 with Compiz, and with the exception of a few plugins, it works beautifully.