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Variyn 19 Φεβ, 2013 @ 7:48πμ
TF2 OpenGL issue with Ubuntu 12.10 on VMWare Player
I'm trying to run TF2 on Ubuntu 12.10 using VMWare Player, but this error prevents it from running "could not find required opengl entry point 'glcolormaskindexedext'". I've tried Googling around but about 99% of the issues have to do with NVIDIA cards while mine is AMD.
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^1Gentoo 19 Φεβ, 2013 @ 7:53πμ 
Sounds like you need to install drivers.

Would this have anything to do with the penguin in TF2?
Vlad Brocula 19 Φεβ, 2013 @ 7:56πμ 
Install it on a real system. Virtual machines don't handle OpenGL well.
iskeledz 19 Φεβ, 2013 @ 8:06πμ 
If you don't want to install Linux the proper way, you don't deserve Tux. Period.
PL 19 Φεβ, 2013 @ 8:07πμ 
There is no way TF2 will work in a virtual machine. 3D support is almost absent.
Variyn 19 Φεβ, 2013 @ 8:43πμ 
Yes, I'm trying to get Tux. I've heard of others running it fine on a virtual machine though.
PINTO $DOUG 19 Φεβ, 2013 @ 9:52πμ 
try installing gentoo, it much easier than ubuntu, and it has nearly no issues.
blackout24 19 Φεβ, 2013 @ 9:55πμ 
VirtualMachines will 100% NOT support OpenGL 3.0 which is a requirement for TF2.
Not even GeForce 7000 series support OGL 3 when you install it on the native hardware and the VM graphics driver is just some cheap abstraction layer.
Τελευταία επεξεργασία από blackout24; 19 Φεβ, 2013 @ 9:56πμ
Variyn 20 Φεβ, 2013 @ 12:54πμ 
Well I was somehow able to receive the Tux even though TF2 never successfully launched.
Warlock5150 25 Φεβ, 2013 @ 5:11πμ 
I was able to get past that same error by following the instructions here [warning: not for the faint of heart]

I should however point out that I haven't got TF2 running yet but I'm currently working on the VM remotely which may be why
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