DRM-Misc-Next Sends In First Batch Of Graphics/Display Driver Changes For Linux 5.19
Maxime Ripard sent out the first drm-misc-next PR this morning of material slated for Linux 5.19. Among the early work in this pull request includes:
- The QXL DRM driver for virtual GPU support with SPICE virtualization can now run properly on AArch64 (ARM64).
- The VC4 DRM driver notably used by the Raspberry Pi single board computers now has HDMI YUV output.
- The VMWare VMWGFX driver adds MSI/MSI-X support for IRQs, fixes fencing on SVGAv3 target, CursorMob, CursorBypass 4, and other improvements for this virtual graphics driver.
- Gem and GTT improvements to the Intel GMA500 driver for old Poulsbo era hardware for display support.
- Fencing improvements for the Etnaviv driver for Vivante graphics IP.
See this pull request for the full list of patches. Expect more material to land in DRM-Next over the weeks ahead.