CABAListic wrote:Actually, forget what I just said. Assaf updated glew on the default branch (I think), and that one's actually starting in VirtualBox! I have no idea why (as it didn't work for my previous tries), but there you have it. It's slow as hell, though.
Edit: No, wait, the Cthugha branch works, too. I'm getting a feeling I accidentally switched to the Mesa renderer or something. Would explain the unusably low speed...
Edit2: Yeah, never mind, my VirtualBox Ubuntu install has, for some obscure reason, switched to Mesa software rendering. So that works, but it's unusable.
I had the same issue, the problem is that the virtual box display driver didn't load for you, after looking hard I found the solution here
Here is the solution that worked for me (I assume that you installed the guest addition and have an updated /etc/X11/xorg.conf like the one here
1. Open terminal.
2. Type the following commands:
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# cd /opt/VBoxGuestAdditions-3.2.10/src/vboxguest-3.2.10/vboxvideo/
# sudo make; sudo make install
BTW: You can test that it worked by running the command: glxgears in terminal and seeing that you get 60 fps even if you maximize the the window if this is working (it outputs the fps to the terminal every 5 seconds).