Hi Enn Breeze,
Intel does not provide Linux drivers for the GMA 3600; try contacting the Linux software community at
I beg to differ. What would you consider this  then? A faux pas?
Quoting from the above Intel Linux driver ReleaseNotes:
Copyright (C) 2012 Intel Corporation
INTEL CONFIDENTIAL - FOR INTERNAL USE ONLY
= Intel® Linux PowerVR !Graphics/Media Drivers for CedarTrail =
== Version 1.0.2 Product Release ==
August 20, 2012 (WW34)
* This is a minor, ''internal release'' only. Should this package be exposed
externally, the exposing entity would need to ensure all proper procedures
have been followed and legal obligations met.
* The most recent formal release was **version 1.0.2**.
This is a scheduled **version 1.0.3** minor release for the Linux accelerated
graphics/media driver on the CedarTrail platform. It plugs a memory leak in
the VAAPI driver component identified by a customer. Only the VAAPI driver
component was modified in this release-- the kernel and userspace components
are unchanged from the version 1.0.2 release.
These graphics/media drivers are ported from Imagination Technologies (IMG)
Device Driver Kit (DDK) version 1.7 ED862890.
The quality assessment report for this release can be obtained by contacting
your Intel(R) support representative.
I have found a PDF on Intel's site relating to Fedora, if you are still interested I should be able to relocate it for you.
My only advice to Allan is that the next time he intends to refer somebody seeking support on Linux, at least on these particular Atoms, to the community, which seems like a canned script for "we don't do Linux help desk support," he better have the source code ready on hand, and the community shall then take care of the rest.
You cannot expect to teach a dog new tricks if you don't throw him a bone.