compiz - OpenGL window and compositing manager
compiz [options] [plugins]
compiz is a compositing window-manager using OpenGL for rendering.
Manage the display called DISPLAY instead of the name obtained
from the $DISPLAY environment variable.
Use IMAGE as background image.
Set the default refresh rate.
Use a fast texture filter.
Force an indirect rendering context. Use this when running
compiz on AIGLX.
Disable strict binding of textures. This may improve performance
in some situations (running on XGL). As opposed to strict
binding, however, this isn't guaranteed to work. Use with care.
Replace any existing window managers on the given X display.
Disable the session management.
Use the given ID as the client ID for session management.
Disable output screen detection.
Disable the use of FBOs (frame buffer objects). This can be
useful to work around drivers with broken FBO implementations.
Do not use desktop hints (number of desktops, current desktop)
as left by the previous window manager.
Manage only the screen defined by $DISPLAY (or given by the
--display option) and leave all other screens alone.
Use the root window instead of the composite overlay window for
Show the compiz version string.
--help Show a summary of the command-line options.
compiz was written by David Reveman <firstname.lastname@example.org> and others.
This manual page was written by Thierry Reding <email@example.com>, for
the Debian project (but may be used by others).
July 13, 2007