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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*

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作者: 
Ricardo Vega

We are pleased to announce the release of the Intel® Graphics Update Tool for Linux* OS v2.0.2. The Intel® Graphics Update Tool for Linux* OS v2.0.2 provides an easy way for users of Ubuntu* 16.04 and Fedora* 24

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I finally unlazied and moved my blog away from the Google mothership to something simply, fast and statically generated. It’s built on Jekyll, hosted on

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Also, silly titles. Atomic has taken of for real, right now there’s 17 drivers supporting atomic modesetting merged into the DRM subsystem. And still a pile of them each release pending for

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In some project there’s an awesome process to handle newcomer’s contributions - autobuilder picks up your pull and runs full CI on it, coding style checkers automatically do basic review, and the functional review load is also at least all assigned with tooling too.

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The 4.6 release is almost out of the door, it’s time to look at what’s in store for 4.7.

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