Posted on 12/10/2014 by Javier Canillas
At Collabora we have different projects that involves working with the Linux kernel and we always try that most of our work make it to upstream in order to reduce the maintainance burden for our customers.
The Linux kernel version 3.17 has been released and includes patches from Collabora employees in different areas (cgroup, spi, mfd, regulators, dmaengine, DRM and phy).
These changes are the output of our work to improve the D-Bus IPC system security and to make mainline better support the Exynos based Chromebooks (Snow and Peach Pit/Pi).
The contributions made for 3.17 are:
Following is the complete list of patches from Collabora merged in the v3.17 kernel:
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