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AMD adds RDNA 2 based Van Gogh supporting firmware to Linux

AMD has Added firmware support Converted its codenamed Van Gogh Accelerated Processing Unit (APU) to linux-firmware.git, which is an important Linux repository. Adding firmware support is one of the last steps of hardware enablement in Linux. In many cases, it indicates that the product is about to be released.

AMD (and other hardware vendors) provided new firmware versions for its components in new Linux drivers, and earlier this week AMD released the Radeon Software for Linux 21.30 package. In order to achieve built-in compatibility with new hardware and drivers, the developers of Linux distributions must obtain the firmware separately from linux-firmware.git, which is a general repository of firmware files for various hardware.According to the report, with the release of new driver packages and the upload of firmware, AMD has ensured the basic support of its latest Van Gogh APU in various Linux versions Fronix.

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