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Raspberry Pi GPIO programming in C

Monday, May 28th, 2018

Steve Chamberlin has written an article about Raspberry Pi GPIO programming in C: The Raspberry Pi’s 40-pin GPIO connector often gets overlooked. Typical Pi projects use the hardware as a very small desktop PC (RetroPie, Pi-hole, media center, print server, etc), and don’t make any use of general-purpose IO pins. That’s...

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Raspberry Pi web server using flask to control GPIOs

Wednesday, April 27th, 2016

Rui Santos from Random Nerd Tutorials writes: In this project you’ll create a standalone web server with a Raspberry Pi that can toggle two LEDs. You can replace those LEDs with any output (like a relay or a transistor). In order to create the web server you will be using...

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PL2303HX userspace GPIO control tool

Wednesday, November 5th, 2014

Necromant  writes: This is a small tool for linux userspace that allows you to interact with GPIO lines on PL2303HX devices. It has only been tested on PL2303HXA, but may work for other revisions. Since no common GPIO driver for those exists at the time of writing in the linux kernel...

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Raspberry Pi level shifters and monitoring

Monday, July 8th, 2013

Stuff4Pi posted his ConvertPi, a Raspberry Pi GPIO full level converter & monitoring, in the project log forum: I would like to introduce my first Raspberry board: a GPIO bi-directional level translator (3.3V <-> 5V): - This is an in-between expansion board that you plug in the RPi P1 connector...

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