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    can't find /proc/device-tree


    Hi

    why can't i find /proc/device-tree

    10'xs

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    What do you get with
    Code:
    #cd /proc 
    #ls
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    Arrow ls /proc doesn't show /procdevice-tree

    ls /proc
    showes

    68
    7
    8
    8911
    9
    9104
    9105
    acpi
    asound
    buddyinfo
    bus
    cmdline
    cpuinfo
    crypto
    devices
    diskstats
    dma
    driver
    execdomains
    fb
    filesystems
    fs
    interrupts
    iomem
    ioports
    irq
    kallsyms
    kcore
    keys
    key-users
    kmsg
    loadavg
    locks
    mdstat
    meminfo
    misc
    modules
    mounts
    mtrr
    net
    partitions
    sched_debug
    schedstat
    scsi
    self
    stat
    swaps
    sys
    sysrq-trigger
    sysvipc
    timer_list
    timer_stats
    tty
    uptime
    version
    vmcore
    vmstat
    zoneinfo

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    It seems that device-tree directory doesn't exist
    "If we lived in a world where the better technology won out, then no doubt everybody and their aunt Fanny would be using GNU/Linux"
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    /proc/device-tree doesn't exist

    /proc/device-tree doesn't exist.

    I wanted to know if I could do something to load it.
    should i install something or should i configure it.
    shouldn't this be load by default?

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