Just a quick email to confirm that this works when I revert to a:
kernel, on an RPI 4B:
gpioset --active-low --mode=time --sec=1 `gpiofind GPIO21`=0 # works, no error.
It breaks when I upgrade the kernel to:
5.15.14-200.fc35.aarch64 kernel, due to the previously discussed problem with the red LED not going out after boot. Thanks for your help, chaps. Much appreciated. :D
Subject:Re: [fedora-arm] Re: gpioset on rpi4 running F35 kernel 5.15.15-200.fc35.aarch64 From:Stefan Wahren <email@example.com> Date:22/01/2022, 11:52
To:firstname.lastname@example.org CC:Fedora List <email@example.com>
Am 22.01.22 um 12:42 schrieb David W. Legg:Ah, do you mean the red power LED that stays on after boot?YesIf so, will an updated F35 kernel fix it, or should I go back to F34?I'm just a kernel developer and not involved into Fedora. So cannot answer this question.:D On 22/01/2022 11:23, Stefan Wahren wrote:is the issue about the LEDs already solved? If not, this is the same.