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Meet the new Intel® Linux* Graphics mark — the Teapot!
The Talos Principle* from Croteam* shown here running on a Linux* distribution
Intel® Graphics for Linux*
Industry-leading, open source Linux* 3D drivers for Intel® Graphics
The Talos Principle* from Croteam* shown here running on a Linux* distribution
Intel® Graphics for Linux*
Versatile, powerful drivers for premium 3D graphics on your favorite Linux OS
The Talos Principle* from Croteam* shown here running on a Linux* distribution
Intel® Graphics for Linux*
Stunning, high quality graphics built right into your system

Intel® Graphics for Linux*

Intel® Graphics for Linux*

Intel® open source 3D Graphics Drivers for Linux* are the industry-leading drivers for Linux* distributions for all Intel® graphics platforms shipped over the last decade

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In the old days, there were not a lot of users of open-source 3D graphics drivers. Aside from a few ID Software games, tuxracer, and glxgears, there were basically no applications. As a result, we got almost no bug reports. It was a blessing and a curse.

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Author: 
Rodrigo Vivi

We are pleased to announce the release of the Graphics Installer for Linux* 1.2.0.

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Author: 
ben

Introduction If you were waiting for a new post to learn something new about Intel GEN graphics, I am sorry. I started moving away from i915 kernel development about one year ago. Although I had worked landed patches in mesa before, it has taken me some time to get to a point where I had […]

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Author: 
Joe Konno

We are pleased to announce the release of the Graphics Installer for Linux* 1.1.0.

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Author: 
pzanoni

This is the third part of the documentation for the Runtime Power Management (RPM) subsystem of the Intel Linux Kernel Graphics Driver, also known as i915.ko. In this part I will explain the power management interactions between the graphics device and the rest of the system.

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