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Linux devices typically are located in /dev and provide a communication interface between the userspace and builtin or loaded Kernel-Modules. There are 2 kinds of devices found in FRITZ!OS, character based Character-Devices and block based Block-Devices. An example of a character device is /dev/tty representing the Terminal of the current process, an example for a block device is /dev/mtdblock0, representing the first partition of the MTD (flash) drivers.

This list only covers devices which were hardcoded in the firmware image and lacks all dynamically created devices. This will change as a part of the Supportdata2 project, which already records all devices. A method to merge both sources has to be found, without loosing any present information. No easy task.
Recent firmware does not contain any hardcoded devices any more.


Linux-Devices[edit]

Daily updated index of all devices found scanning Firmware-Probes . Last update: 2022-07-05 05:22 GMT.
The label (device) in the Device column shows there are other objects in this wiki using this name.
The Mod column shows the amount of models using the respective device. Click the column header to sort by this number.

Character-Devices[edit]

Block-Devices[edit]

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