We are currently using a iMX6 Sabre board for development, and are looking to see if the Linux distros supported via. Yocto include MIPI support. We have a custom product we are looking to integrate with over MIPI, and are trying to estimate the effort to get data into Linux. Is this generic, or does a specific driver/layer need to be created to support this?
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If only regrading to driver level, here's related kernel source code on MX6 MIPI support, incluing display and camera:
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The right question would be if kernel 3.10.17-1.0.0 is going to support any MIPI camera.
As I know the kernel already published (3.10.17-1.0.0) does support one MIPI camera. As I understand, the application does not recognize if camera is mipi or csi or usb, because this differentiation is handled by kernel.
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