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I'm new to Linux graphics, and I'm interested in developing a graphics driver. I see that Linux supports three methods for writing graphics to the display device

  • DRM
  • DSS2

When would I use one versus the other?

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Check this Embedded Linux Conference link – Ravi Chandra Aug 23 '14 at 10:20

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