Commonly for arm systems, device trees supply hardware information to the kernel (Linux). These device trees exist as dts (device tree source) files that are compiled and loaded to the kernel. Problem is that I do not have access to such a
dts file, not even to a
I have access to
/proc on the machine and I wanted to ask if that would allow me to "guess the correct values" to be used in a dts?
Also potential answer could highlight additionally the aspect if the answer to this question also depends on whether the device tree interface was used in the first place (i.e. a
dtb was created and provided to the kernel) instead of some more hacking "we simply divert from vanilla and patch the kernel so as to solve the device information problem for our kernel only"-solution?