Samsung Sends Out Their Updated Exynos DRM Driver
Written by Michael Larabel in Hardware on 3 April 2014 at 04:32 PM EDT. Add A Comment
Users of the Samsung Exynos DRM driver will see several updates appear with the Linux 3.15 kernel.

Users of the Samsung Exynos DRM for display support with Samsung's recent ARM SoCs can find the addition of a MIPI-DSI driver, S6E8AA0 MIPI-DSI-based panel drivers with accompanying DeviceTree bindings, a LD9040 parallel-panel driver, super device support, and other fixes.

Samsung Exynos users interested in finding out more about these Linux 3.15 changes can see the pull request that was sent in today.
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