Make sure you're using the Broadcom numbering scheme when you're identifying which pins you're looking at. (It's confusing, there are at least 3 ways to identify each pin. Maybe more.)Gigabyte2 wrote:Thank you!
I have downloaded the package from the link at the bottom of page.
Now I can't set the GPIO pins, I could set only pins 19, 21, 23.
I don't use a database. I use MQTT to separate the GPIO from the CGI.iinnovations wrote:I prefer to separate the IO control from the interface, using python to control the IO from set values stored in a database. The UI then interfaces with the database. It facilitates many features, such as logging, foreign key constraints, etc.