Opened 13 years ago

Closed 8 years ago

#8807 closed defect (obsolete)

Graphic display problem using Ubuntu 11.04 and Unity-2D

Reported by: grof Owned by:
Component: other Version: VirtualBox 4.0.6
Keywords: unity-2d Cc:
Guest type: Linux Host type: Windows


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by grof, 13 years ago

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comment:1 by grof, 13 years ago

Today I installed Ubuntu 11.04 guest on Windows XP sp3 host using VirtualBox 4.0.6. After install of Ubuntu I rebooted it. At Ubuntu login window I have selected "Ubuntu Classic" (to get Gnome 2.x shell) and logged in. It looks graphic card driver was not properly recognized (some strange old theme was loaded - white colored - if I am not mistaken this theme is always loaded when some problem with graphic appears). Then I installed virtualbox guest additions. Problem still persists after guest reboot. I created /etc/X11/xorg.conf file and typed in settings for "vboxvideo" driver, loged out and login and problem is solved (now I can see new theme - black colored), now I can see video driver is working correctly, so problem solved. Then I have installed unity-2d from official repository and rebooted Ubuntu guest. Now old white theme problem reappeared (most probably some kind of problem with graphic driver). I have checked System | Administration | Additional Drivers and "Oracle VM VirtualBox Guest Additions for Linux Module" is active and currently in use. I have written step-by-step instruction (how to reproduce the problem) on forum, please see: for details.

comment:2 by grof, 13 years ago

According to post from alexsecret on forum: this seems to be an Ubuntu problem and not VirtualBox problem. If so, this bug report can be closed.

comment:3 by aeichner, 8 years ago

Resolution: obsolete
Status: newclosed

Please reopen if still relevant with a recent VirtualBox release.

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