More AMD Radeon DRM Changes For Linux 3.14
Written by Michael Larabel in AMD on 16 January 2014 at 01:01 PM EST. 19 Comments
Alex Deucher has sent in another pull request for the Radeon DRM graphics driver for ultimately merging into the Linux 3.14 kernel.

Aside from improved DPM support for AMD GPU power management, the latest radeon drm-next-3.14 activity are various Sea Island fixes, disabling DPM on Barts + Turks + Caicos GPUs for still being unstable, DisplayPort changes, and other small work.

This latest Radeon DRM Linux 3.14 pull request for going into drm-next and then landing in the mainline Linux kernel in the weeks ahead can be found on the dri-devel list.
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