Open-Source VIA DRM/KMS Driver “OpenChrome” Not Ready For Merging Into Linux 5.20

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You may recall a month ago the lone developer still working on open-source VIA x86 graphics support for Linux hoped to finally mainline this “OpenChrome” DRM/KMS driver for the Linux 5.20 cycle. Well, Linux 5.19 is being released today and that opens up the Linux 5.20 merge window but still the OpenChrome DRM driver isn’t ready to go yet…


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