We are proud to announce the release of the next iteration, version 1.0.4, of the Graphics Installer for Linux*.
ABOUT Linux Graphics
Intel leads the silicon industry in providing quality code optimized for the latest in Intel Architecture. One of our proudest examples is enabling graphics for Linux*. Exposing our latest features means operating system vendors and app developers have the code access they require for their customization and time-to-market needs. We offer both quality source code for early access of ecosystem partners, as well as easy installers that deliver binaries for the convenience of Linux enthusiasts. Read More
The Graphics Installer is a quick and easy way to get started developing in this space. Before using the Graphics Installer, please make sure you have the following requirements: Operating System, Hardware, Software
|Version: 1.0.4||3 Mar 2014|
|Fedora 20: 32 bit | 64 bit|
|Ubuntu 13.10: 32 bit | 64 bit|
Due to the complex package dependencies of the binary graphics drivers for the Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 3600 Series used in the Intel Atom Processor N2600 Series and Intel Atom Processor N2800 Series, supported drivers are only available through your device manufacturer or through Linux distributions providing support for the Intel GMA 3600
Developing for Intel Graphics
The Stack Release is for our developers more interested in the inner workings of Graphics for Linux. If you're not sure what to do with this information, it's probably not for you.
|Intel Graphics Stack (Release Notes)||20 Dec 2013|
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We are proud to announce the release of the next iteration, version 1.0.3, of the Graphics Installer for Linux*.
Earlier this week, we released the latest iteration of the Graphics Installer 1.0.2 for Linux*.