Intel® Embedded Media and Graphics Driver FAQ
Technical support and documentation
1. Where can customers download the latest Intel® Embedded Media and Graphics Driver (Intel® EMGD), FAQ, software product feature matrix, user guide, product brief, and specification update?
Multiple locations are available to obtain this technical information:
- www.intel.com/go/emgd: Contains links to download the latest software, Intel Embedded Media and Graphics Driver Feature Matrix, an electronic FAQ with a detailed glossary, user guide, Intel EMGD specification update, and product brief for the Intel EMGD. Additional information can be found on the Download Now, Chipset and OS Compatibility, Features, Frequently Asked Questions, and Overview tabs.
- https://businessportal.intel.com (Intel Premier Support): Contains a link to download the latest software and the Intel EMGD Specification Update (Errata); however, the site requires a login and password.
2. How will the Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers team support us?
Intel supports our customers through the traditional Intel Premier Support (IPS) mechanism via the IPS application (requires login and password) along with a network of distributors and direct sales staff and field applications engineers.
The Intel® Embedded Community connects you with other embedded developers and Intel technical support personnel. Get questions answered, respond to peers, and share your ideas. For software and tools blogs, resources, and discussions, visit http://embedded.communities.intel.com/community/en/software.
3. Overall, what percentage of Intel EMGD customers use Linux*?
Concrete percentages of Intel EMGD customers using Linux* fluctuate quarterly.
The remaining Intel EMGD downloads from Intel Premier Support and Intel® Embedded Design Center (Intel® EDC) were installed on systems using various officially supported Intel EMGD and Linux distribution packages.
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