The Latest Intel Graphics Code Lands In DRM-Next For Linux 4.6

Written by Michael Larabel in Intel on 11 February 2016 at 07:20 AM EST. 1 Comment
This week a batch of Intel DRM graphics driver updates landed in DRM-Next for in turn hitting the Linux 4.6 kernel when that merge window opens in a few weeks.

The latest Intel DRM driver changes in this Git merge include support for v3 VBT DSI blocks, reorganizing a fair amount of code, more kerneldoc integration, and a variety of bug fixes and numerous low-level code improvements.

More details on this latest Intel DRM code push for DRM-Next can be found via this Git merge. More Linux 4.6 graphics news to come in the next few weeks.
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