Ubuntu how to enable metacity after compiz removal?


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Help people demolished Compiz, after reboot no window Manager need to type metacity in the terminal every time. How do I enable it properly? Where are the settings (in startup I think it is not the true way, by default it is not there..)
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Friendly Ubuntu so friendly.
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No idea what you need to do this to Windu to bring to in a long time the state of easy installation and uninstallation programs.
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For a start, in the "appearance" disable effects (last tab).
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the configs don't remember exactly where changing, but I do know that in ubuntu tweak, under session control, you have the option where you can register though compiz, metacity, even though gnome-wm chooses the available window Manager.
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Try ALT+F2 and run metacity --replace
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And why bother to remove Compiz?
It could simply be disabled, at least in the same "appearance".
Plus there is fusion-icon, which hangs in the form of an icon in the notification area, and through which you can switch between Compiz and Metacity.
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In General: rebuilt of Compiz, put Ubuntu tweak. If Ubuntu tweak is being prescribed metacity as default Manager loaded still Compiz if Compiz it... = )
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