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Michael Larabel

Intel's open-source Mesa DRI driver has passed The Khronos Group's process for certifying it as a conformant OpenGL 4.5 implementation. This now rounds out the Intel open-source Linux stack with OpenGL 4.5, OpenGL ES 3.2, and Vulkan 1.0 certification.

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Eduardo Medina

El driver gráfico oficial de Intel para Linux siempre ha sido Open Source, lo que le ha permitido ser tradicionalmente el fabricante que mejor soporte ha dado en este aspecto a GNU/Linux (que no la más potente).

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Marius Nestor

Today is a great day for Linux gamers as Collabora's Emil Velikov proudly announced the general availability of the Mesa 17.0.0 3D Graphics Library for all GNU/Linux operating systems. Additionally, Intel Haswell GPUs now support OpenGL 4.5, RADV supports multiple devices.

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Imad Sousou

Today I am proud to announce that Intel is among a select group of graphics platform suppliers with drivers certified for the most advanced versions of all three open industry-defined 3D graphics APIs on Linux*: OpenGL* 4.5, OpenGL ES* 3.2 and Vulkan* 1.0.

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Seems that there was a rift in the spacetime that sucked away the video of my LCA talk, but the awesome NextDayVideo team managed to