Commit bf220057 authored by Marcin Juszkiewicz's avatar Marcin Juszkiewicz Committed by Ben Hutchings

Enable virtio-gpu for debian installer

This will allow to get graphics support in VM instances right from
Debian installer phase.

(cherry picked from commit fb11c71e)
parent e543d5e0
......@@ -386,6 +386,7 @@ linux (4.19.20-1) UNRELEASED; urgency=medium
* [arm64] enable ARM_CCI_PMU so ARM_CCI400_PMU and ARM_CCI5xx_PMU options
get really enabled.
* [arm64] enable PCI_PRI, PCI_PASID as PCI can be behind IOMMU in servers.
* udeb: Add virtio-gpu into d-i to get graphical output in VM instances.
[ Salvatore Bonaccorso ]
* [x86] kvmclock: set offset for kvm unstable clock (Closes: #918036)
......@@ -5,6 +5,9 @@ virtio_scsi
# Some architectures do not build graphics
virtio-gpu ?
# Some architectures do not have PCI bus
virtio_pci ?
virtio_mmio ?
......@@ -359,7 +359,7 @@ Description: RTC modules
This package contains RTC modules.
Package: virtio-modules
Depends: kernel-image, scsi-core-modules
Depends: kernel-image, scsi-core-modules, fb-modules
Priority: optional
Description: virtio modules
This package contains virtio modules.
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