Support for Raspberry Pi 2.

6 years 8 months ago #855 by tonyn79
So after trying to turn on My sensors and getting error to check wires I decided to try rpigpio driver. It enabled and is currently working as should. I was able to add a led and a motions sensor to pi. I am not sure why this worked but it did. I will take it for a win. Thanks for the help and advice.

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6 years 8 months ago #857 by tonyn79
Replied by tonyn79 on topic Support for Raspberry Pi 2.
Well back to square one. I restarted the server and it started doing the same thing, as soon as I launch it spits out what was in the previous log and then shuts down. I tried to recreate what I did and have failed. Then tried installing and v7 of the server and it is doing same thing.

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6 years 8 months ago #858 by skywatch
What SD card and power supply are you using?

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6 years 8 months ago #859 by tonyn79
Replied by tonyn79 on topic Support for Raspberry Pi 2.
I am using a 2.0 Amp wall wart and a Samsung sdhc card. Runs fine other than enabling RPIGPIO.
FYI, I have to go in and edit the RPiGPIOConfig file to get the server to boot after trying to enable one of the pins on GPIO. I have to turn the pin I try to enable back to false.

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6 years 8 months ago #861 by EasyIoT
Replied by EasyIoT on topic Support for Raspberry Pi 2.
Try again enable MySensors driver and then GPIO. Both drivers use BCM chip.

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6 years 8 months ago #862 by tonyn79
Replied by tonyn79 on topic Support for Raspberry Pi 2.
Ok, I tried that and it will let me enable the GPIO without crashing. But when I try to use one of the GPIO's, then it crashes.

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