AMDGPU Linux Kernel Driver Gets Patches For Vega M Support - Intel Kabylake G
Alex Deucher of AMD last night mailed out the AMDGPU Direct Rendering Manager driver patches for supporting accelerated graphics on Vega M / Kabylake G. These patches are fairly straight-forward and mostly involve support for loading new firmware files for "VegaM" and then mostly taking the driver's existing Polaris code-paths. Yes, the GPU for Intel is advertised as being part of the "Vega" family, but from the RadeonSI/RADV/AMDGPU driver patches, the indications are that it's really more in common with Polaris at least from the driver perspective.
So these 32 patches should take care of the Vega M support on the kernel side. Alex Deucher has also uploaded the Vega M microcode binaries needed too - they have yet to be merged into the Linux Firmware Git tree.
The kernel patches will not be landing until the Linux 4.18 kernel cycle with being too late now for Linux 4.17. So the requirements for Linux support for Vega M / Kabylake G come down to Linux 4.18, Mesa 18.1, and the latest Radeon microcode files.