Intel oneAPI Level Zero Being Packaged Up For Fedora
Fedora already ships an "intel-compute-runtime" package for those wanting to make use of their OpenCL compute potential but hasn't shipped the generic oneAPI Level Zero loader and header files. That part is now changing.
A "level-zero" package is now being worked on to ship the oneAPI Level Zero headers and loader for loading the hardware/driver-specific L0 implementations like that of the Intel Compute Runtime.
This will make it easier to introduce oneAPI Level Zero accelerated packages within Fedora like Blender 3.3+ with its oneAPI/L0 back-end. With time as oneAPI takes off more, this package will become all the more useful and suspect more Linux distributions will be packaging up these open-source Intel software components.
The level-zero packaging for Fedora is currently pending a review request. Those interested can find out more on the level-zero Fedora package via this Red Hat Bugzilla ticket.