On Fri, Nov 8, 2013 at 7:50 AM, Josh Boyer <jwboyer(a)fedoraproject.org> wrote:
On Fri, Nov 8, 2013 at 1:46 AM, David Airlie
> Hey guys,
> Since I think we are trying to calm down the random gpu hacker commits to fedora
kernel, I said I'd let you guys do all the hard work,
Not exactly, but OK.
OK. I'll probably try and track down which sha1s those commits map to
at some point, but thanks for pulling them together in a single patch.
So I think they map to:
drm/qxl: prefer the monitor config resolution
drm/qxl: remove unnecessary check (a40a60d912a101e8dfb08ee15eb02430aaf6112b)
drm/qxl: fix disabling extra monitors from client
qxl: avoid an oops in the deferred io code.
drm/qxl: support 64bit surface bar (35541782dcc1e502d1864075eded7b3bb23b7268)
qxl: add a connector property to denote hotplug should rescan modes.
> I'd like to get that patch into as many fedora's as
possible, it seems to apply okay on 3.11 and 3.12 for me,
> They are all backports from drm-next that I wasn't game to stable yet but I think
we'd like in Fedora as they avoid some issues, they are also mostly in
Is that the drm-next that's headed into 3.13 or 3.14? Merge window is
open right now, so it's not clear to me.
And I think those are all headed into 3.13, right?