I'm working with Broadcom's 97356 device, which contains an HDMI and an analog video output device.
I'd like to be able to draw stuff to one of those two devices (or both at the same time!) using a framebuffer device. However, I'm having troubles finding the correct documentation to get me on track.
I want to use the EFL to develop a small application and I'd like to start with the simplest backend possible: the framebuffer. But I don't know how to enable it; I've recompiled my kernel with framebuffer support. Even though, I can not see a /dev/fb0 device. There is a /dev/hdmi0 device and I can't find one related specifically to the analog output.
So, my question is: how does Linux decide which video output will be used when creating a framebuffer device? How do I configure it to do what I want, e.g. set the HDMI output as the one displaying the framebuffer's contents?