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Display relates to the use and output of display systems for the Rasberry Pi. The built-in video connectors are HDMI, RCA composite (yellow plug), and a 4-pole 3.5 mm jack.

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If you're using the open graphics driver, you probably want the kmssink and the drm-vc4-dsi branch of the kernel.
answered Apr 14 '16 by Eric Anholt
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The closed source graphics driver doesn't expose gamma ramps, which are what redshift relies on. To get gamma ramps, you'll need to switch to the open source graphics driver. Using raspi-config (ass …
answered Feb 13 '17 by Eric Anholt
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The mainline Linux kernel supports 3D and HDMI output with a fully open source userspace stack. It doesn't yet support the touchscreen display, and you can track status for that at my github. The …
answered Jun 8 '16 by Eric Anholt