Grphics acceleration is disabled in Ubuntu. I went to
Software & Updates and opened the
Additional Drivers tab and was presented with a list of drivers, which one am I supposed to install?
Why is the correct driver not automatically selected and enabled during installation? This is really not user friendly, I can't even play a simple WebGL game (such as apathy.plankhead.com) because it needs 3D acceleration.
I installed the "tested" nvidia drivers as per lupp0l0's recommendation and restarted my computer. Startup failed with a screen that said "nvidia: module license 'NVIDIA' taints kernel.".
After rebooting a few times, Ubuntu finally started. I'm worried that next time I restart Ubuntu will fail to load again.