Linux v4.10 released, BayLibre contributions

The v4.10 release of the Linux kernel was made on February 19th, and BayLibre has (again) made the list of top 20 active employers.

An excellent summary of this release can be found at KernelNewbies, and below is a summary of our contributions, organized by SoC family and a summary graph of contributions by developer.  A special shout-out this development cycle goes to Neil Armstrong for the significant contributions of new DRM/KMS support for Amlogic SoCs.

Amlogic SoC family:

  • DT support for GXL family (S905X, S905D)
  • DT support for GXM family (S912)
  • added SD / eMMC driver
  • SDIO WLAN
  • GPIO IRQ support
  • SCPI
  • CPU DVFS (using SCPI)
  • DRM/KMS: display support (composite)

New boards:corn-kernels

  • Amlogic S905D P230
  • Amlogic S905X P212
  • Nexbox A95 (S905)
  • Nexbox A1 (S912)

TI DaVinci SoC family:

  • VPIF video capture: updated for DT support
  • USB: OHCI: DT support
  • USB: MUSB: DT support, host and device
  • push-buttons: supported with GPIO keys
  • fixed PLL0 rate setting
  • PWM support
  • SATA support
  • PM: suspend/resume suport for DT-based platforms

OXNAS SoCs:

  • Add SMP support
  • Add support for OX820 and Pogoplug V3
  • net: add oxnas support to DWMAC
  • pinctrl: Add SX150X GPIO Extender

Sierra Wireless SoCs:

  • Add support for WP8548 based MangOH Green board
  • Add DT base for MDM9615 SoC

BayLibre-v4.10