3D Linux Graphics Drivers
(commercial) OpenGL compliant Linux Graphics Drivers
Device3Dfx gives you a /dev/3dfx which allows Glide applications to run without root privileges. It is useful for any video card with a 3dfx chipset that isn't using the XFree86 3.9/4 DRI system.
universal display driver utility that supports over 250 different graphics chips
Freedreno is an open source driver project for adreno GPUs.
a glide driver for xmame. It is 3Dfx-specific, and does not do cabinet displays, but it is considerably faster than GLmame
GATOS is an effort to create standard drivers for all currently unsupported features of ATI video cards, specifically TV features.
Intel Graphics Drivers
Free software drivers for the recently released Intel 965GM Express Chipset family mobile graphics controller. These drivers include support for 2D and 3D graphics features for the mobile version of the newest generation Intel graphics architecture.
Kyro Linux Tools
allows owners of the Kyro 1/2 graphics cards to configure and tweak it to get the most out of it.
Lifebook B Series Touchscreen Driver
contains a touchscreen driver for the lifebook B series for XFree 4.x.x.
Matrox Marvel G200/G400/Rainbow Runner
a MGA 4 Linux project for Matrox Marvel G200/Rainbow Runner
The nouveau project aims to build high-quality, open source drivers for nVidia cards.
nVidia XFree86/X.org Drivers
These are XFree86/X.org drivers for the TNT, TNT2, TNT2 Ultra, GeForce, and Quadro chipsets. The GLX component is also included. Currently, there are drivers for both Linux (32-bit and 64-bit) and FreeBSD.
XFree86 4.0 drivers for the TNT, TNT2, TNT2 Ultra, GeForce, and Quadro chipsets. The GLX componet is also included.
RadeonOverclock allows the setting of core and memory frequency on Radeon graphics cards (currently only under Linux). It should work on chips version R100 and up. It has been tested with the Radeon 7500, 9500, and 9700 Pro.
trying to produce linux drivers for graphics boards with an nVidia chip that have a video-in feature. The best known boards with this feature are ones made by Asus and Elsa
a FrameBuffer driver for Linux that supports SiS6326-based graphic cards (and compatible
SuperVESA FrameBuffer Driver
a FrameBuffer driver for Linux boxes. It's intended to work with nearly all VESA 2.0-compliant graphic cards. It's based in the VESAFB driver from the kernel, but this allows to change the graphic mode 'on-the-fly', and even have each console with its own resolution and/or color depth
Teralogic 880 HDTV decoder Linux driver
A Linux (and perhaps other OS) driver for HDTV cards based on the Teralogic 880 (Janus), such as MIT's MyHD.
the framebuffer device driver for the standard and non-standard 256 color modes of the original VGA video card
VideoPlex XPress driver
Linux support for the VideoPlex XPress, its MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 decoding platform
VIDIX Cyberblade Driver
VIDIX Cyberblade Driver adds a driver for the Trident CyberBlade/i1 chip, which can be found in the VIA VT8601A NorthBridge used by the EPIA motherboard.
Voodoo3 3500 TV
the aim is to create a Video4Linux compatible driver set for the Voodoo3 3500 video card
XiG Matrox G400 Driver
a 3D OpenGL compliant driver for the Matrox G400 (& G400 MAXX), 32MB Graphics Card