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Found the solution VMware Fusion 6 supports OpenGL version upto 2.1. So if even GPU (Graphics Card) support the version 3.x or may be 4.x but VMware Fusion 6 can only provide support upto version 2.1


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try ctrl-alt-f2 login type: sudo update-grub sudo reboot


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GLAMOR is an acceleration library merged into the X.Org Server 1.16 that provides 2D acceleration implemented over OpenGL so X.Org DDX drivers no longer need to implement 2D-specific code-paths. GLAMOR is designed to be universal amongst OpenGL / OpenGL ES supported hardware. Ubuntu 13.10 To install it on Saucy install the following package: sudo apt-get ...


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I believe you have an Optimus Laptop. As such, this Ubuntu Wiki Entry on Bumblebee. You did not buy a laptop with a full NVIDIA board. The Intel board computes the pixels etc and offloads the rendering to the NVIDIA board, under high load. Set up your X Server installation to use your Intel Chipset, then install the Bumblebee on top of it


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Try to install the latest driver for your video card: Open a Terminal with Ctrl+Alt+t and type: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install nvidia-current Then restart your system to see if proprietary drivers helped to get OpenGL 3.2 support. You can see the supported version using the nvidia-settings utility:


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I GUESS, it is a problem with the nvidia driver. Reading the link you posted, on how you installed bumblebee, I see that you installed the nvidia driver manually. My suggestion is to change runlevel by pressing: STRG + ALT + f6 then stop the window-manager sudo stop lightdm and uninstall the nvidia driver sudo apt-get remove --purge nvidia Since you ...



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