Re: Problems With Virtualbox
I don't think you can emulate a graphic card that doesn't exist physically.
If you have a graphic card only, then the host system will be using it, leaving you with a limited (virtual) version of an OS.
The same happens if you run ubuntu in a VM in Win: no way to turn compiz on and make it work (the 3D part at least).
I have never tried having a dedicated 2nd graphic card to give 3D support to a virtual machine, but I have seen XP images run with 3D support on ubuntu server (no gui, automatically loads image on VMware)
Last edited by bruno9779; February 13th, 2010 at 04:04 AM.
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