Peter Johnson wrote:I just now installed 11.04 within VirtualBox. Got a dialog saying "Sorry, no Unity for you." Guess Unity needs hardware support, I'll see what happens after I install the VBox Guest Additions... Guest additions are installed and I now have Unity. Hmm, this will take some getting used to - took me quite a bit of clicking around to find the Package Manager.
Peter Johnson wrote:As far as I can tell, the difference is the graphics processor on the physical machine. My desktop and HP laptop have nVidia graphics chips, while the Dell laptop has integrated Intel graphics.
I can't get shared folders to work in VirtualBox.
Jesper de Jong wrote:Joe Harry: You need a video card or graphics chip with support for accelerated graphics (OpenGL) and ofcourse a driver for Linux for it. Most video cards that are not ancient will support this.
Maneesh, did you install the NVIDIA driver? A GeForce 9400M should be more than capable to support Unity, but you'll ofcourse need to have a driver installed. (If you're running it in VirtualBox, then you'd probably need to install the VirtualBox Guest Extensions in your virtual Ubuntu).
Some improvement in UI.