I am looking at summaries of features in the 5.0 kernel.
I will have to dig into what the Fscrypt algorithm is and what that
I see support for RPi touchscreen.
Will this add RPi touchscreen support for Fedora-arm? I suspect a lot
more is needed than just a driver.
Well the driver is enabled, I have a device to test, but the driver is
literally the touch component of the screen so yes it's one component
of the whole thing, I do have overlay/HAT support working although it
needs more polish so basically time will tell (and I need more time).
What about other touchscreen for other arm SOC?
Well that's a broad sweeping statement. Overall there's a bunch of
touchscreens supported, but it's a small component of the whole, and a
lot of the cheap tablets have a LOT of weird bits around TS support.
Anything else I should look at and maybe take advantage of....
Unicorns? Again a broad sweeping statement because what interests me
is likely of no consequence to you or so low level you'd just expect
it to work.... basically read the release notes