While updating the
nvidia-l4t packages, I noticed the
nvidia-l4t-kernel-dtbs package, which seems to be updating the device-trees on the TX2. Looking at the package, I noticed that it was updating the
.dtb files in the
I was always under the impression that the only mechanism to update the device trees was by putting the device in recovery mode and flashing using the
flash.sh tool, because the device trees were also signed and flashed in to other partitions for other parts of the boot process to use.
But does that mean that the device tree used by linux is the one in
/boot. In that case would it be a problem if a device tree was flashed using
flash.sh, and another one was used to replace the one found in
I wish there was clearer documentation on how this work.