I am confused with the GMA3600, i found that there is a method to support it in Ubuntu 12.04. it is that use the old kernel 3.2(do not include gma3600 driver) and install proprietary driver. Now the kernel has include the gma 3600 driver which is in drivers/gpu/drm/gma500, Does that mean all the newest distributions of linux has support gma3600 ? Does that need other user space packages like vesa ?
You only need a recent enough kernel; the graphics support is provided via kernel mode-setting, which Xorg supports natively (using its “modesetting” driver). There is no need for a user-space package.
Thus all recent (and many older) distributions should work out-of-the-box, at least if they build GMA3600 support in by default. I think Ubuntu 17.04 should work.