Early in March, Intel –specifically the Intel Open Source Technology Centre– released a graphical installer providing Linux users easily install the latest graphics drivers for your Intel graphics hardware.
the Intel core kernel driver
Mesa 3D rendering library, responsible for 3D rendering, OpenGL compatibility, GLES, etc.
the 2D renderer for the X Window stack (xf86-video-intel), also known as DDX.
libdrm –the “Direct Rendering Manager” library, for communication between user applications and the kernel
the Cairo graphics library, for 2D rendering and acceleration
vaapi-driver-intel –the APIs for hardware-accelerated video rendering, processing and output
initial support for Wayland
Open a terminal an type :
Signatures - Fedora
sudo rpm --import RPM-GPG-KEY-ilg-2
sudo yum/dnf install intel-linux-graphics-installer-1.4.0-23.intel20154.i686.rpm
sudo yum/dnf install intel-linux-graphics-installer-1.4.0-23.intel20154.x86_64.rpm
Installing and Running
Once installed, you can find the Intel Linux Graphics Installer, Just look for their logo, or typing Intel in gnome-shell search or using the command line:
sudo yum/dnf update
more read: Graphics Drivers for Linux*