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OrangePi 2G-IOT - GPIO Pins. Help

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Published in 2017-6-5 09:11:23 | Show all floors
surfero75 replied at 2017-6-4 15:39
Moderators update news about this Issue please!  People realy needs gpio pins for use this board. Te ...

Bad news is that the GPIO lib of WiringPi haven't released. Maybe the only thing we could do now just wait.

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How to on/off a led by Orange Pi 2G IoT by GPIO:

http://surfero.blogspot.com.es/2 ... ange-pi-2g-iot.html

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Please, some new info on gpio for 2g iot?

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schematics orange pi 2g iot, rda8810pl

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any updates on this?

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Edited by mkgokp7s at 2022-2-1 04:30

Thanks to surfero75 und sysfs, but without WiringPi I finaly succeeded blinking a LED on OrPi 2G Pin 7:

  1. #!/bin/bash
  2. PIN=56

  3. echo "$PIN" >/sys/class/gpio/export
  4. echo "out" > /sys/class/gpio/gpio$PIN/direction

  5. while true; do
  6.   echo 0 > /sys/class/gpio/gpio$PIN/value
  7.   sleep 0.5
  8.   echo 1 > /sys/class/gpio/gpio$PIN/value
  9.   sleep 0.5
  10. done
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mkgokp7s replied at 2022-1-31 15:27
Thanks to surfero75 und sysfs, but without WiringPi I finaly succeeded blinking a LED on OrPi 2G Pin ...

You can also get more information about controlling the GPIO pins at

Extra docs for the OrangePi-i96 and -2Giot

OPIO program to control gpio pins  (modified for -i96 and -2Giot boards)
The documents include:
  • How to get the board past 2nd boot (for Debian and Ubuntu)
  • a wifi driver to keep the MAC address persistent
  • a replacement of the WiringPi/gpio command line tool
  • a script to fixup the GPIO pins on the i96 connector, to make them usable
  • documentation of pin assignments, Linux device driver numbers

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opio[size=15.008px] [size=15.008px]tool (a clone of[size=15.008px] gpio[size=15.008px]) to fully support the OP-2G-IOT, as well as the OP-i96. You can find it at[size=15.008px] [color=var(--tertiary)][size=15.008px]https://wiki.pbeirne.com/patb/opio











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