Intel Graphics Update Tool 2.0.3 Brings Ubuntu 16.10 Support

New Intel Graphics Driver For Linux Has Been Released - The Intel Graphics Update Tool formerly known as the Intel Graphics Installer for Linux 2.0.3 finally updated with Ubuntu 16.10 and Fedora 24 supported.

This tool aims to make the latest Intel Graphics Stack available before it gets officially released by Linux* OS vendors. Specifically, it benefits those Linux* users of both Ubuntu* and Fedora* distributions who want to update their graphics subsystems for Intel platforms.

This update tool offers the latest Intel 2016Q3 graphics stack and targeted specifically at both  the Ubuntu 16.10 Yakkety Yak and Fedora 24.

Packages Updated by the Tool

Install Intel Graphics Driver For Linux

Depending based on currently installed libraries on your system, the following table lists the different components that will be added or upgraded by the Intel Graphics Update Tool for Linux* OS v2.0.3 :
  • i965-va-driver:i386
  • libva-drm1:i386
  • libva-egl1:i386
  • libva-glx1:i386
  • libva-tpi1:i386
  • libva-wayland1:i386
  • libva-x11-1:i386
  • libva1:i386
  • mesa-va-drivers:i386
  • va-driver-all:i386
  • vainfo:i386
  • libcairo2:i386

Download Intel Graphics Update Tool 2.0.3

You can get the .deb package installer of Intel Graphics Update Tool 2.0.3 from the link below :

Choose which one matches with your OS ( Ubuntu 16.10 32bit / 64bit or Fedora 24 32bit / 64bit ).

Earlier revisions for those Linux distributions are now deprecated and are no longer being supported by the update tool. Please upgrade to a more recent version of your OS distribution if you want to take advantage of this release.

So that's all I can write about the latest Intel Graphics Update Tool For Linux. Hope you've enjoyed reading this post. Thanks for visiting us!