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Before you change your machine to try and have 3D acceleration on a guest, you could try this solution. With VMware and the machine turned off, open the .vmw file that belongs to the machine you want 3D on, probably something like: gedit $USER/.vmware/machines/windows7.vmx And add this new line to the end of the file: mks.gl.allowBlacklistedDrivers = ...
I had the same problem as you. You have two options: Log in using Ubuntu 2D or Turn off 3D Acceleration in the VMware. On the menu bar go to VM > Settings > Display > Uncheck Accelerate 3D graphics. ;)On the menu bar go to VM > Settings > Display > Uncheck Accelerate 3D graphics.
I was able to fix the issue for 3.13 kernel using this solution. Author advises to patch vmnet sources: Create file vmnet313.patch in your home directory with the following content: 205a206 > #if LINUX_VERSION_CODE < KERNEL_VERSION(3, 13, 0) 206a208,210 > #else > VNetFilterHookFn(const struct nf_hook_ops *ops, // IN: > #endif ...
The .vmx file is typically located in the directory where you created the virtual machine. In Linux, run the vmware-cmd -l command to list the full path to all registered .vmx files. In Windows XP and Server 2003, the default location for the file is: C:\Documents and Settings\your_user_name\My Documents\Virtual Machines\virtual_machine_name.vmx In ...
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