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GPIOs on the CI20 can be handled using normal linux sysfs calls. For further details, visit [[CI20 GPIO-Sysfs-Expansion header guide]]
 
GPIOs on the CI20 can be handled using normal linux sysfs calls. For further details, visit [[CI20 GPIO-Sysfs-Expansion header guide]]
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==== Blink a LED ====
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[[CI20_GPIO_LED_Blink_Tutorial| Blink a LED from the command line]]: it contains an explanation of how the sysfs interface for GPIO works and how to use it to control an LED.
  
 
== Android based ==
 
== Android based ==

Revision as of 10:36, 1 February 2015

Linux based

GPIO handling

GPIOs on the CI20 can be handled using normal linux sysfs calls. For further details, visit CI20 GPIO-Sysfs-Expansion header guide

Blink a LED

Blink a LED from the command line: it contains an explanation of how the sysfs interface for GPIO works and how to use it to control an LED.

Android based