Many times people are looking for where the Linux drivers for TI PMICs can be found. Below is a table with some information to help people find the drivers that have been pushed upstream to the Linux kernel at kernel.org. This is a starting list and we will continue to add to it going forward.
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In reply to Kevin Chalmers:
In reply to John Kaye:
There is not a Linux driver available for this part.
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