Identify graphics information in Linux
To detect the graphics hardware in your system, use this command
> lshw -c video
You can also use this command
> lspci -k | grep -EA3 ‘VGA|3D|Display’
See an example listed below of the output. In the example, the graphics controller is HD Graphics 500
Intel Graphics Drivers for Linux
There is no one official Linux Graphics driver version since the driver is made up of different subsystems like the kernel driver, Mesa 3D driver, and other drivers. Each have their own current release version.
Most Linux-based* distributions already include Intel® Graphics Drivers. These drivers are provided and maintained by the Linux* distribution vendors and not by Intel, we recommend contacting the Linux* Operating System Vendors.
Intel Graphics Drivers for Linux developers
Intel Graphics Drivers for Linux* are available in source form. See the Intel Graphics for Linux site for more information.
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