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Yea, you have to use the mandrake screensaver app, under system > configuration > other > screensaver

For some reason the KDE ones don't work right.

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The solution that I found for this was to ensure I had the drivers installed for my video card. The ones with 10.1 wouldn't work, so I updated, and then OpenGL started working, along with the screensavers.


I think I also found, I had to remove the xscreensaver packages too before it would work also.

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