|5||5||There's a bit more info than this though. I think it has something to do with how gnome is handling an X windows session. I don't use graphical sessions a lot, but I seem to recall that when using them, ''tty0'' is where '''GDM''' (the login screen) is displayed. After logging in to the windows manager, the desktop manager *replaced* '''GDM''' on ''tty0'', and your session continued from there. Now, however, on Fedora 23, when I login to '''GDM''' on ''tty0'', a new Xorg/GNOME session spawns on ''tty1'', and the terminal switches there. At this point, the mini-toolbar dissapears. However, if I '''<ctrl>-<alt> F1''', I go back to ''tty0'', and '''GDM''', and I see the mini-toolbar. If I then '''<ctrl>-<alt> F3''', I go to a normal getty login prompt on ''tty2'', and I can see the mini-toolbar. When I '''<ctrl>-<alt> F2''', back to ''tty1'', the mini-toolbar is missing. This may have something more to do with gnome than VBox, but I don't know much about how VBox handles switching between ttys. It could also be that I somehow misconfigured Xorg when I was trying to get acceleration working (or perhaps this is how 3D acceleration is handled)?