OpenGL in Linux: Driver Installation

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This Section explains where to get Linux Drivers for your Graphics Adapter and how to install them.

Drivers for Intel graphics are open-source and part of the standard Linux kernel. For most modern Linux distros (Ubuntu, Debian etc), proprietary drivers for other common graphics hardware (NVidia, ATI etc) should be available through the standard package-management system. You may need to enable the fetching of packages from “non-free” repositories—check your distro documentation.