Re: Using a custom device tree file
Am Sonntag, 11. Februar 2018, 13:20:07 CET schrieb Vagrant Cascadian:
> On 2018-02-11, Rainer Dorsch wrote:
> > I try to use a custom device tree file, but uEnv.txt does not have any
> > effect:
> > rd@mohot:~$ cat /boot/uEnv.txt
> > fdtfile=imx6dl-hummingboard-spi.dtb
> > Do I need to run flash-kernel or something else that uEnv.txt has any
> > effect?
> I don't believe the u-boot in Debian or mainline supports uEnv.txt for
> the hummingboard variants. Or any of the variants supported in Debian's
> u-boot package, though I haven't looked closely.
> Try adding the following to /etc/flash-kernel/ubootenv.d/fdtfile:
> setenv fdtfile imx6dl-hummingboard-spi.dtb
> And running flash-kernel to regenerate the boot script.
Thanks for your quick answer Vagrant.
In case I try to boot a broken dtb (kernel does not boot), is there a way back
to the previous dtb?