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Home / Intel® Graphics for Linux* / Intel® Graphics for Linux* - Documentation


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Jan 18, 2017
Intel® enables developers and end-users to take full advantage of our graphics hardware. This is where you can find all documentation for Intel® graphics silicon. Developers can reference materials such as the Programmer Reference Manuals (PRMs) to learn how the hardware works. We make several guides and manuals available to enable end-users to build the driver, triage issues, and file bugs. While we recommend keeping your Linux* distribution up to date to ensure you have the latest stable Intel® 3D Graphics Drivers, we also maintain older documentation and the stack recipe downloads as references for advanced stack developers.  

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