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Intel® open source 3D Graphics Drivers for Linux* are the industry-leading drivers for Linux* distributions for all Intel® graphics platforms shipped over the last decade.
Because these drivers are integrated into all popular Linux distributions, you can trust that your Linux system will deliver stunning, high quality graphics without needing additional hardware or extra driver software.
If you wish to use the Graphics Installer for Linux, please upgrade to the currently supported version of Ubuntu prior to running the Graphics Installer for Linux.
See this forum announcement and this explanation for more information.
A known work-around is to run mplayer-vaapi like this: Using the Ubuntu* Software Center (or the "apt" package manager) to uninstall the Intel® Graphics Installer for Linux* will not remove the 01"apt" package repository.
To remove the repository, disable the repository in the Ubuntu* Software Center using steps described on the Ubuntu wiki The Ubuntu* linux-lowlatency kernel is not supported by this installer.
Intel® provides limited support for this release of the graphics update tool on supported architectures and Linux* distributions on the forums.The Intel® Graphics Update Tool for Linux* OS has been validated for use with the Ubuntu* 'linux-generic' kernel.End-users have identified issues when using the update tool in a proxied environment.Please upgrade to a more recent version of your OS distribution if you want to take advantage of this release. A link to the source code is provided above, which includes a copy of the License.Packages installed by the Intel® Graphics Update Tool for Linux* are subject to their respective copyright and license terms.
This tool aims to make the latest Intel® Graphics Stack available before it gets officially released by Linux* OS vendors.