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It appears that you have a version of OpenGl, just not one new enough to run the application that you are looking for. To get a slightly newer version of the OpenGl drivers, I would recommend the oibaf drivers from the launchpad website - these implement OpenGl 3.0, and are pretty stable. To install open a terminal window and enter sudo add-apt-repository ...


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It seems that instead of using the default drivers that come with Ubuntu (the drivers I recommend using), you are using Intel's open-source drivers. If you have Intel's drivers installed, you probably have a program called "Linux Graphics Installer" or something similar that is an option if you open System Settings and scroll all the way down. Use that ...


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What is going wrong exactly: Your video card is unsupported or your OpenGL driver needs to be updated. How to fix it: A) Obtain a high end supported video card - This is the solution I recommend Minimum Required: A DirectX 8.1 compatible video card Recommended: A DirectX 9 compatible video card Numerous sources found googling "Team Fortress 2 system ...


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Don't listen to steam. Make sure you have direct rendering by checking glxinfo | grep "direct rendering". If that says No, you have a problem then.



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