EasyIoT Server v0.9 and RASPBERRY PI 3 MODEL B

2 years 3 months ago #4010 by essenemari
Hi EasyIoT and Forum members,

is this the same statement for Raspberry Pi 4?

Thanks!

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7 months 1 week ago - 7 months 6 days ago #4027 by essenemari
Looks like EasyIoT Raspberry PI GPIO Driver does not work on Raspberry PI 4. 
Tested on EasyIoT v9 beta, as well as on v9, simply cannot set GPIODriver to enabled.

It reports:
2021-03-11T00:06:18.1032220+01:00       INFO    EasyIoTWebinterface     EasyIoTConfig   Driver  RPiGPIO /Api/EasyIoT/Config/Driver/RPiGPIO/SetIsEnabled/1//
bcm2835_init: gpio mmap failed: Cannot allocate memory

Of course SPI on Rpi is turned on.
Looks like there are differences between rpi4 and previous ones, ref:  groups.google.com/g/bcm2835/c/BwZXVsDRtwI

Patch Installation from link above went successfully but EasyIoT still fails with same error in its logs.

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6 months 2 days ago #4031 by essenemari
[Trying with Raspberry 4B]

Tried to recreate the libbcm2835.so  with the latest bcm2835 library and this:  stackoverflow.com/questions/23639895/inc...-lib-on-raspberry-pi Still does not work, but looks that that change crashes the mono with fatal error. No progress but at least something differnt happen. 

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1 month 1 week ago #4037 by essenemari
Looks like new members are not able to register and noticed that creating new posts by users is not working. This forum seems to be dead or rather broken. 

If someone would have fix for running the EasyIoT server on RPi4 (or ideas about fix) and would be willy to share, please put them on Facebook group:
www.facebook.com/groups/288114246083261/

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