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Wednesday, February 22 • 11:30am - 12:20pm
A Journey through Upstream Atomic KMS to Achieve DP Compliance - Manasi Navare, Intel

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DP is very far away from a dumb cable and requires that the entire graphics stack works together to handle failures modes and recover them. Achieving DP compliance requires that kernel drivers, hotplug events and the userspace compositors all work together to render every single frame at requested rate. e.g. by handling a link failure. The Linux Kernel's modesetting infrastructure on the other hand is a daunting beast of its own, and understanding how all the pieces interact is a challenge in itself.
In this talk Manasi will present the ultimate technical solution for DP compliance ensuring a successful modeset almost every time it is requested by user that is now implemented. She will share her journey through iterating designs and working together with upstream maintainers, learning all about how KMS works and ramping
up on this subsystem.


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Manasi Navare

Graphics Kernel developer, Open Source Technology Center, Intel
After pursuing a Master's degree in Electrical & Computer engineering from Univ of Colorado, Boulder, Manasi worked as a Embedded Software developer developing video processing APIs for Texas Instrument's projection DLP SOCs for 3 years. Since 2014, she has been working as a Graphics kernel developer at Intel's open source technology center contributing to upstream i915 Graphics driver, redesigning link training algorithm to achieve DP compliance... Read More →



Wednesday February 22, 2017 11:30am - 12:20pm
Grand Ballroom I/II

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