Well...I'd recommend doing these two things:<br />
1) Use google/ubuntuforums/beryl-wiki to your greatest advantage. NOTE: Unless you weren't catching on, that would be _EXACTLY_ where I'd pull stuff from if I was telling you what to do. It's the answer key.<br />
2) Be more specific. What works? What doesn't? How exactly does it crash?<br />
I can't really answer your question. There is no magical command you type and all of your troubles go away...let's be realistic, here
the maniger work beryl-maniger but if i slect to use beryl as my window maniger the screen blinks a cuple of time and it says that it is using kwin again ps . i try to install the best i could but i'm not sure i hit all the right config files and i.m not sure about xinerama
<a href="https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompositeManager/" target="_blank">https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompositeManager/</a><br />
Just follow the appropiate links. Start of with XGL/AIGLX installation then follow the instructions for the CompositeManager/Beryl. The only thing that changes between installation in different desktop environments is how XGL is set up.
I think if you follow <a href="http://wiki.beryl-project.org/index.php/Install/Ubuntu/Dapper/XGL#Running_Beryl" target="_blank">this guide</a> to the bottom of the page you should be good to go.<br />
Let us know if you need any help (making a script to put in ~/.kde/Autostart, etc).
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