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Gpios in Yocto QT Embedded
First of all sorry for my English its not my native language. Im kind of a newbie in the Embedded Linux / Qt World so I hope my questions are not to stupid.
Im using an embedded Board with an IMX287 CPU and I have a custom designed Yocto(Poky) with Kernel version 3.17 running on it. I used core-image-sato as Image recipe and have also included qt4-embedded on it. I can compile now own QT Programms with bitbake and run them on my yocto build.
Now my question is : Is there an way to control the GPIOs of the IMX287 within my QT Programm(Maybe an library or something similar)? I've read there is an Qt function called "Qprocess" where I can send console commands to control my GPIOs , but this looks like a strange solution for me.
Thx in advance for your help!
It depends a bit on how the GPIOs are seen by your OS e.g. are they accessible through a device in /dev ?
Thx for the fast reply.
Right now I can change the direction of the gpios with commands like this:
echo "139" > /sys/class/gpio/export
echo "in" > /sys/class/gpio/gpio139/direction
When i look in my /dev folder i cant see something like gpio
My /dev folder looks like this:
Sorry again if this answer is not accurate enough, Im a hardware guy ^^
sys ? Even better !
You can use QFile to write to export and direction and voila nothing more complicated.
Nop, very good answer :) You can be both guys ;)
Im far away from beeing both guys ^^ Thanks for your Help !
Finally got an LED to blink (YAY!). Had some Issues with the Opening Mode of the Qfile . Its only working with OpenMode "WriteOnly" right now.
There's always a beginning ;)
IIRC sysfs can provide write-only files