Collabora contributions to the Linux kernel 3.18

Linux 3.18 was released this week and like in previous kernel releases, it contains contributions made by Collabora engineers as a part of the projects involving the Linux kernel.

In total 45 patches were contributed to the 3.18 release. These were for:

  • Cleanups for the Intel i915 DRM driver
  • Various cleanups for the max77686 clock, rtc and regulator drivers.
  • Adding max77802 clock, rtc and regulator drivers.
  • Fixing regmap DT endianess parsing logic.
  • Improving the power model in the Exynos5 Peach Pit and Pi Chromebooks DT.
  • Using the regulator_get_voltage() function to get the mmc OCR mask.
  • Adding max77802 PMIC, ISL29018 sensor and atmel touchpad for Peach boards DT.
  • Setting the correct clock rate for i2c7 in Exynos5 Peach Pit and Pi DT.
  • Enable atmel touchpad, cgroups, sbs battery and atmel touchpad¬†in exynos defconfig.
  • Fixing variable initialization for different regulator drivers.
  • Fixing MFC v5 support in the s5p-mfc driver.
  • Making module autoloading to work for i2c cros-ec-tunnel and cros_ec_keyb drivers.
  • Explicitly configure USB dual role mode as host for Exynos boards.
  • Adding a PM_QOS_MEMORY_BANDWIDTH pm_qos class.
  • Enabling gcov-based kernel profiling for ARM

Following is the complete list of patches merged in this kernel release: