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JSliv
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Intel GMA3600 Linux driver

Is there a chance Intel to release Linux driver for GMA3600 graphic card to use it with some newer Kernel and on 64bit platform? I found only 32bit driver for kernel version 3.1.

Thanks for answer.

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DArce
Valued Contributor III
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I suggest that you check the information available on this article:

http://www.intel.com/support/graphics/sb/cs-010512.htm Graphics | Drivers for Linux*

Please check with your Linux* distributor for further information on driver availability or check at: https://01.org/linuxgraphics/downloads Downloads | Linux Graphics

JSliv
Beginner
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Yes, I have checked it, however I have not found the information thet this drivers is also for graphic card Intel GMA3600 on board DN2800MT.

DArce
Valued Contributor III
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That Intel(R) Desktop Board has been only validated for the x32 versions of Microsoft* Windows* 7, Microsoft* Windows* Vista* and Microsoft* Windows* XP.

You can check operating system compatibility on Intel(R) Desktop Boards at this article:

http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/sb/CS-008326.htm Desktop Boards | Supported operating systems

If you need drivers for a Linux* based operating system, then check with your operating system distributor or developer directly.

JSliv
Beginner
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I asked about this driver which is only for 32bit: https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&DwnldID=21938&lang=eng&OSVersion=Linux*&Down... Download Center

Is there any chance that development of this driver will continue for 64bit?

DArce
Valued Contributor III
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Only x32 drivers are available for the operating system mentioned above. And there are no plans for x64 drivers on this motherboard.

RElki
Beginner
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Diego,

Silvik said GMA 3600. The Linux driver community at 01.org seems to be unconscious with respect to Cedar Trail. The Linux distributions and Windows rely on the hardware vendor to supply adequate support for their hardware. Where is Intel? MIA. Enough excuses from Intel.