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How do I enable unity 3d? I state that I have used the correct login to ubuntu to ubuntu and not 2d below the glxinfo

stefano@WorkLinux:~$ glxinfo | grep render
nvfx_screen_get_param:95 -  Warning: unknown PIPE_CAP 30
nvfx_screen_get_param:95 -  Warning: unknown PIPE_CAP 30
nvfx_screen_get_param:95 -  Warning: unknown PIPE_CAP 55
nvfx_screen_get_param:95 -  Warning: unknown PIPE_CAP 56
nvfx_screen_get_param:95 -  Warning: unknown PIPE_CAP 59
nvfx_screen_get_param:95 -  Warning: unknown PIPE_CAP 58
nvfx_screen_get_param:95 -  Warning: unknown PIPE_CAP 30
direct rendering: Yes
OpenGL renderer string: Gallium 0.4 on NV34
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Stef, can you convert to English? This is an English site. Thank you. –  jmort253 May 20 '12 at 22:46
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Check the correct installation of the video driver, otherwise try this:

If you use GNOME Classic APPLICATIONS> SYSTEM TOOLS> START OF APPLICATIONS

If you use GNOME Shell or Unity write APPLICATIONS FOR INITIATING in research programs

Will open a window, click Add, and under COMMAND type: compiz - replace

Then you or END SESSION or reboot your computer and see if it works.

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