New Version Of The Etnaviv DRM Graphics Driver Published For Review
Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Kernel on 25 September 2015 at 09:19 AM EDT. Add A Comment
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Since earlier this year the Etnaviv DRM driver has been under review for eventual inclusion into the mainline Linux kernel. The second version of the Etnaviv patches have now been published for review.

Etnaviv is the open-source, reverse-engineered driver for the ARM Vivante graphics hardware. Those unfamiliar with the current state of the Etnaviv driver project can see this project overview from last week at XDC2015.

Those wanting to take a look at the latest DRM changes for the Etnaviv driver can checkout these 48 new patches.
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