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Thread: Open-Source NVIDIA Changes Are Exciting For Linux 3.16

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    Default Open-Source NVIDIA Changes Are Exciting For Linux 3.16

    Phoronix: Open-Source NVIDIA Changes Are Exciting For Linux 3.16

    Besides being able to try out re-clocking with Linux 3.16, there's also several other changes lined up for this next kernel release cycle when it comes to the Nouveau driver providing open-source NVIDIA graphics support...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTcxMDM

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    The Linux 3.16 will support kernel mode-setting on the new Tegra K1 SoC using the Nouveau DRM driver.
    This statement is incorrect: mode-setting is not handled by Nouveau on the Tegra K1. All the display part is managed by TegraDRM which already supports KMS since a while. Nouveau is only used to take advantage of the GPU to render buffers, which can then be displayed by passing them to TegraDRM using DMA-BUF.

    A process that, btw, has just become functional, although it will probably not make it into 3.16:

    https://plus.google.com/100430539367...ts/LaWWb16iPSR

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