[PATCH V2] video: implement a simple framebuffer driver
tomi.valkeinen at ti.com
Tue Apr 30 03:29:08 EDT 2013
On 04/30/2013 12:15 AM, Tomasz Figa wrote:
> Well, there is also at least one legitimate use case for this driver.
> I believe there exist embedded devices on which there is no need to
> dynamically control the framebuffer. It needs one time initialization,
> usually in bootloader, and then it is used as is, using constant
> parameters as long as the system is running.
> I doubt there is a need for any KMS (or any other control) driver for such
> devices - dumb framebuffer driver would be everything needed in such case.
Isn't there usually the need to power off the hardware when
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