Linux Kernel 4.19 released, our contributions

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BayLibre has continued our contribution to the Linux community as seen with this new version of Linux Kernel 4.19, released on Sunday, 21th October 2018.  An excellent summary of this release can be found at KernelNewbies.

Here is a summary of our contributions, organized by SoC family and a summary graph of contributions by developer.

Amlogic SoC family:

  • Initial support of the audio hardware on the Amlogic AXG SoC : A113D
    • Audio clock controller
    • Audio reset controller
    • Pinctrl missing configurations
    • ALSA SoC card
    • TDM input/output
    • SPDIF output
    • HW FIFOs handling
    • es7134 codec support
    • tas517x support
    • DT audio and pinctrl nodes
  • Add S805X based P241 board
  • Finally enable graphics output on the FriendlyElec Nanopi-K2
  • Enable DMT (Display Monitor Timing) HDMI output to support generic, non-HDMI monitors (DVI, VGA via HDMI->VGA dongle or monitors with custom timings in EDID)

Ti DaVinci SoC Family:

  • switch davinci SoCs to use the ti-aemif driver
  • switch to the reset framework for the DSP remoteproc

Misc:

  • Lots of cleanup and some code removal from Corentin
  • Various Clock & ALSA SoC fixups to make AXG Audio work
  • Add support for the CEC functionality on the upcoming Asus ChromeBox via the Embedded Controller interface and the Linux CEC Framework maintained by Hans Verkuil