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node red gpio
#1
Huh

Hi.

                 Having recently purchased several rock64 boards and a pine A64 , i am horrified to find it supports node red but has no GPIO nodes.( the main reason for using node red ).

     It either doesn't exist or i've got to take a linux degree to do it. ( unfortunately im a PLC engineer and my brain is fuddled as it is ).
ive scanned this forum and the internet for hours......no joy

please put me out of my misery, or shall i ebay the lot???

Little owl...
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#2
(09-08-2018, 09:20 AM)little owl Wrote: Huh
Guess its ebay then. not the slightest hint of a response ..buyer beware !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

ignorance is not a solutution..........................................


Hi.

                 Having recently purchased several rock64 boards and a pine A64 , i am horrified to find it supports node red but has no GPIO nodes.( the main reason for using node red ).

     It either doesn't exist or i've got to take a linux degree to do it. ( unfortunately im a PLC engineer and my brain is fuddled as it is ).
ive scanned this forum and the internet for hours......no joy

please put me out of my misery, or shall i ebay the lot???

Little owl...
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#3
you need a node red gpio library installed to use gpio pins. you might try to install the rpi library which i think is python-rpi.gpio
also, the user needs to be of group gpio.
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