[meta-freescale] dts and dtb files
yocto at mindchasers.com
Thu Jan 16 14:05:29 PST 2014
On 01/16/2014 04:04 PM, Alex J Lennon wrote:
> Hi Niklas,
> On 16/01/2014 00:22, Niklas Molin wrote:
>> I'm trying to figure out how the dts/dtsi and dtb files works, when
>> compiling for the sabreSD board.
>> Where can I find more info about this?
> It appears to be a bit of a black art.
When creating a new dts file, keep in mind that you may want to leave
out certain board-level components that you won't be using (at first).
For example, I have boards that have non utilized FLASH, so I left out
the descriptions until I had time to get them right. Otherwise, the
kernel wouldn't boot properly.
> The ePAPR document helped me a lot (seems to need a login now but I
> believe it's the one I was referencing when I last looked at this)
> There was a presentation at ELCE 2013 which I also found useful. Device
> Tree seems to be a bit of a work in progress,
> Hope this helps, Cheers,
>> When I checked in the imx6dlsabresd.conf, it pointed to some dtb (e.g.
>> imx6dl-sabresd.dtb) files (which seems to be some kind of binary files).
>> If I want to modify (enable/disable ports etc.) in my project, is it
>> ht edts and dtsi files I should use then.
>> Does these file have to be compiled in some way, to be included in the
>> sabresd project?
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