Collabora contributions to Linux kernel 3.19

Linux 3.19 was released last week and this version again contains contributions made by Collabora engineers as a part of our current projects.

In total 60 patches were contributed to the 3.19 release. These were for:

  • Work in the Intel i915 DRM driver to support atomic plane updates.
  • Fixes and removal of unnecessary layers in the Exynos DRM driver as a preparation to add atomic mode settings support.
  • Add support to the regulator framework to define regulators initial and suspend operating modes.
  • Changes to the max77802 regulator driver to support regulator operating modes changes.
  • Fix the Real-Time-Clock in the Snow, Peach Pit and Pi Chromebooks.
  • Enable kernel config options to have display panel working on Exynos boards.
  • Allow the regulator drivers to be enabled and disabled when Exynos system enters and leave suspend states.
  • Many cleanup and fixes to the common clock framework and clock drivers as a preparation for the per-user clock API change.

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

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