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hello, I don't play with my pine64 for 2 years ago

 I search  for my  pine64 1Gb a recent linux distribution, where I can play with GPIO easily and all pinout.

Thank you
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(04-01-2018, 03:09 AM)hazerty Wrote: hello, I don't play with my pine64 for 2 years ago

 I search  for my  pine64 1Gb a recent linux distribution, where I can play with GPIO easily and all pinout.

Thank you

Grab the pine64 installer, and then you'll be able to pick from the different 'stable' linux distros on offer... I prefer Ubuntu Xenial - it's not the 'newest', but it is the most tested and stable in my experience...
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for GPIO access..? how I can play with?
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#4
do a search for gpio on this forum. there are many threads discussing gpio as well as good tutorials about using gpio. you should find lots to read and learn.
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