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DRM(4)		       FreeBSD Kernel Interfaces Manual			DRM(4)

NAME
     drm, inteldrm, radeondrm -- Direct	Rendering Manager device

SYNOPSIS
     # amd64
     amdgpu* at	pci?
     drm0 at amdgpu? primary 1
     drm* at amdgpu?
     wsdisplay0	at amdgpu? primary 1
     wsdisplay*	at amdgpu? mux -1

     # arm64
     amdgpu* at	pci?
     drm* at amdgpu?
     wsdisplay*	at amdgpu?

     # amd64, i386
     inteldrm* at pci?
     intagp* at	inteldrm?
     agp* at intagp?
     drm0 at inteldrm? primary 1
     drm* at inteldrm?
     wsdisplay0	at inteldrm? primary 1
     wsdisplay*	at inteldrm? mux -1

     # amd64, i386
     radeondrm*	at pci?
     drm0 at radeondrm?	primary	1
     drm* at radeondrm?
     wsdisplay0	at radeondrm? primary 1
     wsdisplay*	at radeondrm? mux -1

     # arm64, loongson,	macppc,	powerpc64, sparc64
     radeondrm*	at pci?
     drm* at radeondrm?
     wsdisplay*	at radeondrm?

DESCRIPTION
     The drm driver provides support for hardware accelerated video using the
     Direct Rendering Infrastructure (DRI).  drm provides kernel support for
     DRI, and is used in conjunction with the X(7) DRI module.

     Support is	currently available for	the following graphics cards:

	   amdgpu(4)	 AMD Radeon GPUs using the amdgpu kernel driver
	   intel(4)	 Intel integrated graphics chipsets
	   radeon(4)	 ATI/AMD Radeon	video driver

FILES
     /dev/dri/card*			  DRM primary node files.
     /dev/dri/renderD*			  DRM render node files.
     /usr/X11R6/lib/modules/dri/*_dri.so  X DRI	modules.

SEE ALSO
     vga(4)

HISTORY
     The drm driver first appeared in OpenBSD 4.3.

FreeBSD	13.0		       February	13, 2021		  FreeBSD 13.0

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