Udating video drivers with linux os
Version 2.0.5 of the update tool is targeted specifically at both Ubuntu* 17.04 and Fedora* 25.
Earlier revisions for those Linux distributions are now deprecated and are no longer being supported by the update tool. The following table lists the different components that will be added or upgraded (depending based on currently installed libraries on your system) by the Intel® Graphics Update Tool for Linux* OS v2.0.5: The Intel® Graphics Update Tool for Linux* OS is made available under the terms of the Apache Software License 2.0.
Pick the correct download package for your Linux* distribution, version, and architecture (32- or 64-bit). Click the appropriate link to begin package installation.
Once installed, you can find the Intel® Graphics Update Tool for Linux* OS in your application dashboard.
Because these drivers are integrated into all popular Linux distributions, you can trust that your Linux system will deliver stunning, high quality graphics without needing additional hardware or extra driver software.
A known work-around is to run mplayer-vaapi like this: Using the Ubuntu* Software Center (or the "apt" package manager) to uninstall the Intel® Graphics Installer for Linux* will not remove the 01"apt" package repository.