Drivers Intel Update 07/09/2011 - dd/mm/aa

Drivers Intel Update 07/09/2011 - dd/mm/aa

Postby Juliano » Sun Sep 18, 2011 1:11 am

Intel® Graphics Drivers for Linux* :D
Availability information on the Intel® graphics drivers for Linux* - 9/7/2011 :lol:

How to upgrade? You can update the driver for the new version?
How to have a step by step?
Those repositories are valid, they are updated? How do the Synaptics

Detailed Description
In general, many Linux* distributions already include Intel® graphics drivers. If you are looking to update your driver, Intel recommends checking on availability and obtaining precompiled driver packages from your Linux distribution vendor or computer manufacturer. Support for these drivers will be through your Linux distribution vendor or computer manufacturer.

Intel provides development drivers for Intel® integrated graphics to the open source community. These development drivers are intended to provide the Linux* developer community an opportunity to improve and provide feedback for the driver. Driver source code can be obtained from public source code repositories.

If you are looking to compile or upgrade the Intel graphics drivers for Linux on your own, information on obtaining the development driver source code can be found in the Download section of . Support for this driver is only available through the open source community, specifically via mailing lists and forums. These drivers are intended for use by technical Linux developers.

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