From: Laurent Pinchart <firstname.lastname@example.org>
[ Upstream commit 53ced169373aab52d3b5da0fee6a342002d1876d ]
On D3 and E3 platforms, the LVDS encoder includes a PLL that can
generate a clock for the corresponding CRTC, used even when the CRTC
output to a non-LVDS port. This mechanism is supported by the driver,
but the implementation is broken in dual-link LVDS mode. In that case,
the LVDS1 drm_encoder is skipped, which causes a crash when trying to
access its bridge later on.
Fix this by storing bridge pointers internally instead of retrieving
them from the encoder. The rcar_du_device encoders field isn't used
anymore and can be dropped.
The patch looks okay to me. I'll test it and can apply it if it works
But I don't believe it is in our 5.10, so I'd like it to be submitted
for 5.10, too.
Or just tell me it is okay and I'll apply it there, too.
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