Matthew Macy announced some important work going into the FreeBSD operating system which should improve graphics support for a variety of video cards. "As of this moment sys/dev/drm in the drm-next tree is sync with https://github.com/torvalds/linux drivers/gpu/drm (albeit only for the subset of drivers that FreeBSD supports - i915, radeon, and amdgpu). I feel this is a bit of a milestone as it means that it is possible that in the future graphics support on FreeBSD could proceed in lockstep with Linux." Video drivers tend to get introduced into Linux before the BSDs, so this move should help FreeBSD users to gain similar graphics support.
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