At least on Ubuntu 22.04 OVH install images you’ll find that the integrated GPU on your CPU is either not detected or your application will report you don’t have the hardware enabled even when you have a CPU with an integrated GPU such as the E-2288G, and it’s enabled in the BIOS.
I have personally tested these motherboards and know the workaround is needed on them, so assume this problem is common to at least all ASRock boards:
You should not need this fix on the S1200SP motherboards you usually get with the 1245vX servers, these seem to handle the iGPU properly and/or the OVH image did not have the issue in the first place.
Don’t know your current motherboard version? You can query your current motherboard model with the “lshw” command on and Linux system.
Edit the grub default config file (/etc/default/grub) and remove the “nomodeset” option
Rebuild the GRUB config file.
sudo grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg
Reboot the machine and you should now be able to use the iGPU, you can verify it’s loaded by looking for results when you ls the /dev/dri device.
ls /dev/dri/ by-path card0 card1 renderD128
Extra Credit: if you’re using the iGPU for video transcoding be sure to enable the full feature set on your CPU by installing the “intel-media-va-driver-non-free” package on your Ubuntu/Debian system.