@@ -49,6 +49,10 @@ the features of each board in the device tree file, and have a single
generic source base.
To enable this feature, add CONFIG_OF_CONTROL to your board config file.
+It is currently supported on ARM, x86 and Microblaze - other architectures
+will need to add code to their arch/xxx/lib/board.c file to locate the
+FDT, at least until generic board support is complete. For ARM, Tegra and
+Exynos5 have device trees available for common devices.
What is a Flat Device Tree?
@@ -99,7 +103,8 @@ Then run the compiler (your version will vary):
* Bad configuration: 0
* Strange test result: 0
-You will also find a useful ftdump utility for decoding a binary file.
+You will also find a useful fdtdump utility for decoding a binary file, as
+well as fdtget/fdtput for reading and writing properties in a binary file.
Where do I get an fdt file for my board?