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I always used Compiz with Debian,

Does it work correctly with Ubuntu 11.10?

If yes, what is the command that I need use to install it?

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Ubuntu uses Compiz as its default window manager, so it should already be installed.

If you want to customize its behaviour, launch the Ubuntu Software Center and install the

CompizConfig Settings Manager ("ccsm", if you prefer install it from apt-get).

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Interesting I didn't knew that, I thought it was like Debian that use Metacity as default window manager. –  Zignd May 13 '12 at 18:30
    
Actually, @Zignd, Metacity is a Gtk2 window manager. Gnome Shell (which Debian Wheezy and Sid use) is based on Mutter. –  pconley May 14 '12 at 1:07
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