Since i do not see any such instances on this thread , i would like to say that my Unity works in 3D on a laptop that has Optimus technology running on it. I have an NVIDIA 525M GPU and an Intel HD 3000 graphics card (i915?) . I am using NVIDiA drivers for CUDA , with bumblebee , and while installation , it was not allowed to config my display (no Xorg was created) .So essentially my Unity is running on my intel drivers ( i915 drivers that are available from the ubuntu repository. U can get this from software center) . I was having problems with this earlier since ubuntu dint seem to detect certain settings for Unity , but its running fine after an update (automatic) on some glx packages.

For some reason , /usr/lib/unity_support_test doesnt run now , and i cannot give you details on what were missing earlier.

But i thought that this might be useful to someone.

closed as not a real question by Luis Alvarado, Jorge Castro, fossfreedom Jun 16 '12 at 10:55

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    This would be more useful if you were to phrase it as a question. Perhaps "How do I get unity working on a" and then your model # of your laptop, and then post what you posted here as an answer to the question. – Jorge Castro Jun 13 '12 at 15:30