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SlowJoe 2013년 2월 9일 오전 10시 16분
Ubuntu 12.04LTS in VirtualBox 4.2.6 graphic driver, opengl
hi iam using windows 8 64bit as os.

i want to start team fortress 2 in linux. (because of the promo)
i installed virtualbox and created a ubuntu box.
installing steam and downloading tf2 worked fine, but when i want to start tf2
the following error occurs:

Required OpenGL extension "GL_EXT_texture_compression_s3tc" is not supported. Please install S3TC texture support.

now i know that i have to install some kind of graphic card driver but nothing so far has worked.
i installed the guest additions virtualbox provides but that changes nothing.

my graphic card is a ati hd4800.

thanks for any help or ideas.




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gutigen o) 2013년 2월 9일 오전 10시 21분 
What promo?
blackout24 2013년 2월 9일 오전 10시 22분 
You won't have any luck with using Virtual Box since you don't get true 3D hardware acceleration.

I tried Steam in a VM just for the fun of it on my i7 @ 4.5 Ghz with overclocked GTX 580. I managed to get an amazing 4 FPS with glitches everwhere.

The only way is to install Ubuntu on a seperate partition and have a dualboot. If you have an external drive or big USB stick (32 GB) you could also install it on that and boot it and have it use your real hardware. This way you won't have to touch your production enviroment so you can't mess anything up.
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SlowJoe 2013년 2월 9일 오전 10시 23분 
the promo is not ingame yet, but i will come
http://forums.steampowered.com/forums/showthread.php?t=3072955
i want to set this up so when the promo comes out i just have to start
SlowJoe 2013년 2월 9일 오전 10시 25분 
well i dont want to play tf2 in the virtualbox. starting tf2 in textmode should be enough.
blackout24 2013년 2월 9일 오전 10시 26분 
I belive the VirtualBox guest 3D driver simply doesn't support the latest OpenGL. You need at least OpenGL 3.0 support for Valve Games. Otherwise it won't start.

OpenGL is still needed in textmode as it seems:
http://steamcommunity.com/app/221410/discussions/0/864958451462597350/
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Rompetroll[TUX] 2013년 2월 9일 오전 10시 33분 
drop w8 and VB, just install buntu on a small partition (10-15 gigs) and dualboot.

Viritualbox, seriusly :P
SlowJoe 2013년 2월 9일 오전 10시 36분 
hmm ok, guess i have to use the partition solution
gutigen o) 2013년 2월 9일 오전 10시 58분 
If you want fast and 100% working solution, but you don't want to keep Ubuntu later (cause performance is not going to be same as with normal Ubuntu installation) try WUBI: http://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop/windows-installer

It installs Ubuntu just like any other Windows APP and like any other Windows APP you can remove it from Windows by 1 click in Programs&Features. Read instructions! :)
Max Otto von S 2013년 2월 9일 오전 11시 12분 
I think it will be unfair if you will get a Tux with Linux in a VM. At least install it on your real hardware.
Max Otto von S 2013년 2월 9일 오전 11시 12분 
because it is an item for us, Linux folks!
gutigen o) 2013년 2월 9일 오전 11시 43분 
pashazz님이 먼저 게시:
I think it will be unfair if you will get a Tux with Linux in a VM. At least install it on your real hardware.

Nah, it's cool. Tho I would advice to dual boot and test Ubuntu for a month - it's truly amazing :) And if you don't like how it looks or feels, you can change ti with few clicks.
Max Otto von S 2013년 2월 9일 오전 11시 46분 
Dont like how it looks? Change desktop environment (IMO). I am using linux since 2008, my first DE was XFCE. Then KDE3, KDE4 (oh it was awful that times), GNOME2, E17 and now I am happy with KDE 4.10. It is rock solid and totally clean.
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