Monday, April 15, 2024

[fedora-arm] Re: Mapping GPIO Pins from Wandboard to Fedora/libpiod

On Mon, 15 Apr 2024 at 21:38, Derek Atkins <> wrote:
> Hi,
> On Mon, April 15, 2024 4:21 pm, Peter Robinson wrote:
> >> >> >> me that the JP4 header connects to GPIO3_12, GPIO3_27, GPIO6_31,
> >> >> >> CPIO1_24,
> >> >> >> GPIO7_8, GPIO3_26, GPIO_18, and GPIO_19.
> >> >> >>
> >> [snip]
> > I've not dug out a pdf to work out the physical pins and how they map
> > to the SOC and hence the DT, I've left that up to you, I was just
> > answering your questions about why some appear to be in use and trying
> > to help you understand as you requested.
> I've read the docs; the pins on the header map to the above-listed lanes.
> What I need to figure out are:
> 1) How do these map to gpiochipN X -- e.g. if GPIO_18 maps to gpiochip0,18
> and GPIO3_12 maps to gpiochip3,12 -- what does GPIO7_8 map to?
> 2) How to figure out which ones are available? I presume I can just look
> at the output of gpioinfo for the aforementioned mappings?

In both cases above it should be in the docs, or at the very least the
DT in combination with the docs. In the later case they should
document what GPIOs are available for use and what the pins on the
header do similar to how the RPi document the 40 pin header there.
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