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The device tree is a data structure for describing hardware. Rather than hard coding every detail of a device into an operating system, many aspect of the hardware can be described in a data structure that is passed to the operating system at boot time.
For your convenience – all device tree files (dtb) for our designs are included in the SD Card boot partition. Sometimes it's desired to change certain device tree properties permanently.
For example a custom board has a different reference clock.
This specifies any shell prompt running on the target
analog@analog:~$ cd /media/analog/C442-6587/ analog@analog:/media/analog/C442-6587$ dtc -I dtb devicetree.dtb -O dts -o devicetree.dts analog@analog:/media/analog/C442-6587$ mousepad devicetree.dts & analog@analog:/media/analog/C442-6587$ dtc -I dts devicetree.dts -O dtb -o devicetree.dtb analog@analog:/media/analog/C442-6587$