Intel Pushes Out More Early DRM Testing Code For Linux 4.12
Written by Michael Larabel in Intel on 6 March 2017 at 06:06 AM EST. Add A Comment
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Intel's Daniel Vetter has updated their drm-intel-testing tree with early code to begin testing that should end up being queued for the Linux 4.12 kernel.

Now that Linux 4.11-rc1 is out, Intel developers have already turned their sights to Linux 4.12 with beginning to stage the work they hope to see for this next big kernel cycle.

Among the work staged right now for Intel DRM testing are atomic improvements, GPU reset improvements, a lot of code improvements, atomic mode-setting being enabled by default, Broxton fixes, color manager support for Geminilake, a lot of early fixes to the Geminilake code delivered in Linux 4.11, and a variety of other internal code improvements.

More details on this updated drm-intel-testing code via this mailing list message.
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