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Tuesday, March 24 • 4:25pm - 5:15pm
Freedreno Status Report: Upstream and FOSS Graphics on ARM/SoC Devices - Rob Clark, Red Hat

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Much progress has been made on FOSS graphics for ARM/SoC based devices in the last few years. Before you could only choose between no graphics or blob graphics on these devices, if you even had that choice! Freedreno has been leading the charge with an upstream gallium and kernel drm/kms driver. The result is the software you have come to take for granted on x86 now also works on ARM based devices (composited DE's like gnome-shell, wayland, games, webgl, and so on). Yet, there is much left to do. In this presentation, we will go into more detail about freedreno and discuss how the community can get involved: how to use, how to debug, and the remaining tasks for gl3/gles3 support. We will also demonstrate the current capabilities of the freedreno drivers on several Snapdragon based boards, such as the Inforce 6410 and 6540.

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Rob Clark

Rob Clark, from the Red Hat graphics team, is a free software, ARM, and graphics enthusiast. He has been working on the freedreno project for the last few years as part of an effort to bring ARM devices into the world of upstream and open source graphics. In addition to mesa/gallium and xorg ddx work, he has been active in the kernel drm sub- system and related kernel infrastructure (dmabuf/prime, drm/kms planes and atomic support, etc).


Tuesday March 24, 2015 4:25pm - 5:15pm
WG 2/3

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