Samsung DRM Driver Could Make It Into The Kernel
Phoronix: Samsung DRM Driver Could Make It Into The Kernel
Last week I wrote about Samsung releasing code to a new DRM driver for one of their ARM SoCs, the Exynos 4210 that's used by the Samsung Galaxy S II and other mobile devices. It looks like this open-source kernel driver from Samsung stands a chance as being the first ARM driver to be accepted into the DRM area of the mainline Linux kernel...
the driver contains no userspace interfaces beyond standard KMS ones, you can't use to submit command streams to any hidden 3D piece etc.
The Freescale iMX51 driver is off a similiar setup.
Once they get to command submission things get back to the same place.