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  1. On 11/30/2019 at 4:18 PM, avdh said: That makes three different programs that fail to light led 64. The mystery has been solved now. It is a hardware problem. I borrowed an identical Orange Pi One Plus, and the LED behaves as expected with all programs. Indeed there was no need to disable SPIO. Frankly I expected so. My program worked on a very low level, and allowed to inspect the status of the io ports. gpio $48 + L@ H. 0000,0000,7077,7771 OK gpio $58 + L@ H. 0000,0000,0000,0040 OK $40 gpio-on OK gpio $58 + L@ H. 0000,0000,0000,0041 OK You see that the first nibble of gpio[0x48] is 1 meaning output. After setting port 64 (0x40) on the zeroth bit of gpio[0x58] is 1, and the led is on. Again, thanks for the help. Groetjes Albert
  2. Apparently. I found an spi0 entry that uses exactly PC0/PC2/PC4 , the I/O's which don't work. RCS file: RCS/sun50i-h6-orangepi-one-plus.dts,v retrieving revision 1.1 retrieving revision 1.2 diff -r1.1 -r1.2 473,477d472 < spi0-pins { < pins = "PC2\0PC3\0PC0\0PC5"; < function = "spi0"; < phandle = < 0x17 >; < }; The above is the change I made to the dts, then I recompiled and did a reboot (power cycle to be exact.) However this makes no difference, not to gpio, nor my test program. I have enough digital IO's to work with but I hate it that I don't know what is going on. By the way, amazing speed and accuracy of response. Groetjes Albert
  3. I have a similar problem with the Orange Pi One Plus. I can use gpio to get a display of the pins. I can test most all pins according to the instructions using gpio blink ## except i.a. PC0/SCLK.0/64 , pin 23 on the header. In the hardware schematic it is called SPI0_CLK and this can be found in the H6 V200 user manual page 385 where it has the alias PC0. This in turn agrees with the number 64 assigned by gpio. All pins that blink in gpio, also work in a small test program. So I tried to use dtc on the file I thought applicable : sun50i-h6-orangepi-one-plus.dtb. However there is no similar device 68000 and no clue what to disable. What concerns me the most is the following: I have disabled all devices of the armbian hardware list via armbian-config. I thought that that means that I can experiment freely with all the 26 pins on the header, but apparently that is not true. Any clues appreciated. Groetjes Albert