This might help...
sudo yum install fusion-icon
Then, in KDE, create a link in ~.kde/Autostart
[stephen@macbeth Autostart]$ pwd
[stephen@macbeth Autostart]$ ls -ltr
lrwxrwxrwx. 1 stephen stephen 20 Dec 22 13:25 fusion-icon -> /usr/bin/fusion-icon
For Gnome or any of the other windows managers, i have no idea where to put the link or it it is needed.
Fusion-icon lets you easily manage themes and such from the system tray. The soft link just makes sure is starts every time you login. You can start it from the menus or from a terminal to try it out.
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Demz i correct though, a simple forum search turned up 4 pages of hits - including this little gem..
Compiz-fusion Autostart with Gnome HowTo
Here's another good one....
Read This First (Good Tips)