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linux_device_trees [2018/11/18 10:33]
rpjday
linux_device_trees [2018/12/11 13:03] (current)
rpjday [Internal wiki pages]
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 Stuff related to device trees and the Linux kernel, using examples from the current Linux kernel. Stuff related to device trees and the Linux kernel, using examples from the current Linux kernel.
  
-To do:+===== TO DO =====
  
   * overlays   * overlays
 +  * keywords (/plugin/, /​memreserve/,​ /​omit-if-no-ref/,​ /bits/)
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 +===== MISC (for now) =====
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 +  * "The unit-address must match the first address specified in the reg property of the node. If the node has no reg property, the @unit-address must be omitted and the node-name alone differentiates the node from other nodes at the same level in the tree. The binding for a particular bus may specify additional, more specific requirements for the format of reg and the unit-address."​
  
 ===== Some links ===== ===== Some links =====
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   * [[Device tree naming conventions]]   * [[Device tree naming conventions]]
   * [[Proper device tree design]]   * [[Proper device tree design]]
 +  * [[Device tree standard properties]]
 +  * [[Device tree node requirements]]
   * [[Comparing device trees with dtx_diff]]   * [[Comparing device trees with dtx_diff]]
 +  * [[Hierarchical device files]]
  
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