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CONFIG_DRM_ACCEL: Compute Acceleration Framework

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The Linux kernel configuration item CONFIG_DRM_ACCEL:

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Framework for device drivers of compute acceleration devices, such as, but not limited to, Machine-Learning and Deep-Learning acceleration devices. If you say Y here, you need to select the module that's right for your acceleration device from the list below. This framework is integrated with the DRM subsystem as compute accelerators and GPUs share a lot in common and can use almost the same infrastructure code. Having said that, acceleration devices will have a different major number than GPUs, and will be exposed to user-space using different device files, called accel/accel* (in /dev, sysfs and debugfs).



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