Re: Can the Linux kernel reuse the barebox device tree? #kernel


Thanks a lot for the pointers! I had a deeper look and that is apparently completely expected behavior that barebox uses the internal device tree for booting the kernel as long as global.bootm.oftree is not set.

So I somehow misconfigured barebox so that global.bootm.oftree was not set. I just expected that it fails then and does not silently boot the internal device tree. Entirely my fault, but maybe someone runs into a similar problem in the future.


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