Hi there, since my intended project for VIM3 get blocked by missing gpu driver, I plan to play with vim3 for a led strip controller project. However it seems most led controller libraries are made for raspberry pi’s GPIO layout, which is different from VIM (like this one: https://github.com/jgarff/rpi_ws281x). So just want to know how hard will it be to convert such libraries to be compatible to VIM GPIO layout?
Yes i have tried “How To Use RPi.GPIO” but no luck, the GPIO won’t go HIGH. Maybe i have mistaken in the numbering of the GPIO…
i am using the BCM mode, and with the example it is shown number 15, and where should i connected it to?
Yes it is on 4.9 kernel, and i have tried with gpio readall, and the GPIO section shows number of 426… but when i tried with RPi.GPIO library it is still not working and even the number is not acceptable as the library says.