Imagination Tech Is Still Looking For A Linux Graphics Driver Developer
Written by Michael Larabel in Hardware on 20 October 2015 at 02:14 PM EDT. 10 Comments
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Back in July I wrote about how Imagination Technologies was looking for a Linux graphics driver developer that would include working on portions of their yet-to-be-public open-source driver. Well, with developers having experience with Linux graphics drivers being in short supply, Imagination has yet to fill this position.

I was told by Alexandru Voica at Imagination yesterday that they have yet to fill this spot on their PowerVR Linux driver team but that hopefully a Phoronix reader would be capable and interested. The role in Kings Langley, UK is to focus on "developing Linux and Open Source specific portions of our driver - the display controllers, kernel interfaces and hardware-specific portions of X, Mesa and Wayland."

Even if you don't have a lot of Linux graphics experience, you can go learn more about this yet-to-be-filled position via Imagination's job portal. If you apply, be sure to let them know you learned about it from Phoronix!
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