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Old 11-14-2012, 05:02 AM   #1
nagarjunas
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Linux frame buffer


Hi all,
I am porting linux kernel on to a board based on Marvell's processor. Due to my hardware engineer's error in LCD connections,I am required to shift the red, green and blue pixel values right by 2 bits in the frame buffer. Can you please tell me which part of the code in the kernel I must do the change?

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Nagarjuna
 
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