Thanks everyone, I to have confirmed that running the following commands gets the UART working.
pigs m 14 0 m 15 0 # Set GPIO 14/15 to ALT0
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This was done in the following command.rzusman wrote:You probably also need to disable the getty process, too.
Google for it.
dmesg | grep tty
also confirmed that the 'console [ttyAMA0] enabled' was not present.
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I've been racking my brain on this one, I'm wondering if anyone can offer any ideas to whats going on? I can confirm my UART is working during startup when the boot messages are being displayed. Once I disable the boot message logging (in sudo raspi-config, advanced, ...), and write a python script ...