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OrangePi zero not working with 1-wire

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I am trying to get a DS18B20 working on an OrangePi zero running Armbian.  The DS18B20 has a pull-up resistor and works on a Raspberry Pi, and is connected to PA10, +5V and Gnd.

 

I have modified /etc/modules-load.d/modules.conf thus:

g_serial
w1-sunxi
w1-gpio
w1-therm

I have modified /etc/default/cpufrequtils thus:

ENABLE=true
MIN_SPEED=480000
MAX_SPEED=1200000
GOVERNOR=interactive

After a reboot,  dmesg looks like this:

[    8.970765] g_serial gadget: Gadget Serial v2.4
[    8.970777] g_serial gadget: g_serial ready
[    8.995601] Driver for 1-wire Dallas network protocol.
[    9.083869] EXT4-fs (mmcblk0p1): re-mounted. Opts: commit=600,errors=remount-ro

Note the absence of anything like    "[8.xxxxx] W1_SUNXI: Added w1-gpio on GPIO-10", and when I look in /sys/bus/w1/devices, there is nothing there.

 

I ran armbianmonitor -u, and the output is at http://ix.io/1lNv.

 

lsmod shows me this:

w1_therm               16384  0
w1_gpio                16384  0
wire                   20480  2 w1_gpio,w1_therm

 

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You should not load w1-* using modules.conf, but using /boot/dtb/overlay/sun8i-h3-w1-gpio.dtb overlay file, it will load modules automatically.

To enable this overlay simply add the following in /boot/armbianEnv.txt :

overlays=w1-gpio
param_w1_pin=PA10
param_w1_pin_int_pullup=1

 

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Thanks for the suggestion, Martin. I tried enabling w1-gpio in /boot/armbianEnv.txt. I still get the message saying that the driver for the 1-wire Dallas network protocol is loaded, but I still don't get "[8.xxxxx] W1_SUNXI: Added w1-gpio on GPIO-10", and when I look in /sys/bus/w1/devices, there is nothing there.  I have an external pullup, so I first tried with param_w1_pin_int_pullup=0, and also tried with the pullup enabled.  I used this guide to set it up: is there anything more up to date?

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Unfortunately, I don't see what is the problem, OneWire is so simple.

Are you really using a Mainline kernel ?

When you used overlay like I suggested, did you removed the ones in /etc/modules ?

Maybe you have defective device ?

BTW, the message that should be seen is not "W1_SUNXI: Added w1-gpio on GPIO-10", but something like "w1_master_driver w1_bus_master1: Attaching one wire slave 28.000005a2fac5 crc ea"

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there you go:

 

On 9/2/2018 at 5:30 AM, javalatte said:

connected to PA10, +5V and Gnd.

sounds fishy.. :P I assume it won't harm it.. but having a bad experience with VCC 5V against something which is only 3.3V tolerant.. :P 

 

edit: @martinayotte most likely it's PA10 != default pin for the w1 overlay.. Edit2: (but your Env.txt should fix that)

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6 minutes ago, chwe said:

most likely it's PA10 != default pin for the w1 overlay.

That is why I've mentioned to use overlay params since default GPIO is effectively PD14 which isn't breakout on OPiZ :

overlays=w1-gpio
param_w1_pin=PA10
param_w1_pin_int_pullup=1

 

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5 minutes ago, martinayotte said:

That is why I've mentioned to use overlay params

saw it and added

17 minutes ago, chwe said:

Edit2: (but your Env.txt should fix that)

 

well, we might have it open at the same time.. :P 

 

[off-topic] after:

 

we might need an overlay/w1 tutorial too.. :P Since https://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/torvalds/linux.git/commit/?id=1b3bd8592780c87c5eddabbe98666b086bbaee36 I actually might have an use-case for overlays.. I like mox sensors.. :P 

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On 9/24/2018 at 8:46 PM, martinayotte said:

Unfortunately, I don't see what is the problem, OneWire is so simple.

Are you really using a Mainline kernel ?

When you used overlay like I suggested, did you removed the ones in /etc/modules ?

Maybe you have defective device ?

BTW, the message that should be seen is not "W1_SUNXI: Added w1-gpio on GPIO-10", but something like "w1_master_driver w1_bus_master1: Attaching one wire slave 28.000005a2fac5 crc ea"

I am using "5.60 stable Debian GNU/Linux 9 (stretch) 4.14.70-sunxi".

Yes, I removed the w1-items from /etc/modules.

The DS18B20 works fine on a Raspberry Pi.

Pin PA10 on the OrangePi works fine when I connect a DHT-11 sensor.

I tried on PA13 too, same problem.

I tried connecting to +3.3V  instead of +5V, same problem.

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While trying to get an i2c device to work, I noticed that cpufrequtils had been reset to its initial value. I changed it back to the settings in my initial post,

 

ENABLE=true
MIN_SPEED=480000
MAX_SPEED=1200000
GOVERNOR=interactive


and now I get these messages:

 

[   64.125578] w1_master_driver w1_bus_master1: Attaching one wire slave 00.800000000000 crc 8c
[   64.132874] w1_master_driver w1_bus_master1: Family 0 for 00.800000000000.8c is not registered.
[  127.749985] w1_master_driver w1_bus_master1: Attaching one wire slave 00.400000000000 crc 46
[  127.759739] w1_master_driver w1_bus_master1: Family 0 for 00.400000000000.46 is not registered.
[  178.507484] w1_master_driver w1_bus_master1: Attaching one wire slave 00.c00000000000 crc ca
[  178.514977] w1_master_driver w1_bus_master1: Family 0 for 00.c00000000000.ca is not registered.
[  183.312549] xradio_wlan mmc1:0001:1: missed interrupt
[  254.928772] w1_master_driver w1_bus_master1: Attaching one wire slave 00.200000000000 crc 23
[  254.936140] w1_master_driver w1_bus_master1: Family 0 for 00.200000000000.23 is not registered.
[  318.499787] w1_master_driver w1_bus_master1: Attaching one wire slave 00.a00000000000 crc af
[  318.507330] w1_master_driver w1_bus_master1: Family 0 for 00.a00000000000.af is not registered.
[  356.420385] w1_master_driver w1_bus_master1: Attaching one wire slave 00.600000000000 crc 65
[  356.427372] w1_master_driver w1_bus_master1: Family 0 for 00.600000000000.65 is not registered.
[  396.931063] w1_master_driver w1_bus_master1: Attaching one wire slave 00.e00000000000 crc e9
[  396.938592] w1_master_driver w1_bus_master1: Family 0 for 00.e00000000000.e9 is not registered.
[  459.914227] w1_master_driver w1_bus_master1: Attaching one wire slave 00.100000000000 crc 9d
[  459.920797] w1_master_driver w1_bus_master1: Family 0 for 00.100000000000.9d is not registered.

Still wrong, but wrong in a slightly more encouraging way....

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good morning to all,

I have an OPzero+ with armbian ubuntu 4.14.78-sunxi64 I connected a ds18b20+4.7k respectively to pins 25 (gnd) to pin 17 (3.3V) and to pin 12 (PA7). 

I activated in armbian-config w1-gpio.

I added param_w1_pin=PA7 to the file /boot/armbianEnv.txt but does not recognize the sensor :(

(in dmesg

[ 52.655912] w1_master_driver w1_bus_master1: Attaching one wire slave 00.800000000000 crc 8c
[ 52.659727] w1_master_driver w1_bus_master1: Family 0 for 00.800000000000.8c is not registered.)

Is there any trick to fix the bug?

tnx

 

oGAeK1i.jpg

 

DS18B20-Wiring.jpg

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yes martinayotte, i have a 4.7KΩ resistor between the data pin and the vcc pin of the ds18b20 and 40 cm of three-pole cable with 1 mm Ø wires. I've read most of your previous posts on the problem.

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the pizero+ with cpu H5 and armbian works very well as a small server for home, I wanted to detect the temperature inside the 'cabinet without other devices, but I will have to connect a TTL-USB converter and use digitemp .

 

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20 minutes ago, FRANK333 said:

in your opinion could it be that the new kernel has something that prevents it from working?

I don't know, I don't have the PlusPlain, only Plus2-H3 and Plus2-H5, both are working fine with latest Dev Mainline 4.19.x.

 

EDIT : I've just moved one of my DS18B20 from OPiOne+ onto the OPi+2-H5, and it is working fine on PD11 with its current 4.19.4 ...

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root@server:~# cat /sys/kernel/debug/pinctrl/1c20800.pinctrl/pinmux-pins
Pinmux settings per pin
Format: pin (name): mux_owner gpio_owner hog?
pin 0 (PA0): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 1 (PA1): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 2 (PA2): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 3 (PA3): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 4 (PA4): 1c28000.serial (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function uart0 group PA4
pin 5 (PA5): 1c28000.serial (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function uart0 group PA5
pin 6 (PA6): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 7 (PA7): onewire@0 1c20800.pinctrl:7 function gpio_in group PA7
pin 8 (PA8): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 9 (PA9): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 10 (PA10): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 11 (PA11): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 12 (PA12): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 13 (PA13): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 14 (PA14): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 15 (PA15): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 16 (PA16): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 17 (PA17): (MUX UNCLAIMED) 1c20800.pinctrl:17
pin 18 (PA18): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 19 (PA19): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 20 (PA20): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 21 (PA21): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 64 (PC0): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 65 (PC1): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 66 (PC2): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 67 (PC3): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 68 (PC4): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 69 (PC5): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 70 (PC6): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 71 (PC7): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 72 (PC8): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 73 (PC9): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 74 (PC10): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 75 (PC11): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 76 (PC12): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 77 (PC13): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 78 (PC14): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 79 (PC15): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 80 (PC16): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 96 (PD0): 1c30000.ethernet (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function emac group PD0
pin 97 (PD1): 1c30000.ethernet (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function emac group PD1
pin 98 (PD2): 1c30000.ethernet (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function emac group PD2
pin 99 (PD3): 1c30000.ethernet (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function emac group PD3
pin 100 (PD4): 1c30000.ethernet (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function emac group PD4
pin 101 (PD5): 1c30000.ethernet (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function emac group PD5
pin 102 (PD6): (MUX UNCLAIMED) 1c20800.pinctrl:102
pin 103 (PD7): 1c30000.ethernet (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function emac group PD7
pin 104 (PD8): 1c30000.ethernet (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function emac group PD8
pin 105 (PD9): 1c30000.ethernet (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function emac group PD9
pin 106 (PD10): 1c30000.ethernet (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function emac group PD10
pin 107 (PD11): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 108 (PD12): 1c30000.ethernet (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function emac group PD12
pin 109 (PD13): 1c30000.ethernet (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function emac group PD13
pin 110 (PD14): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 111 (PD15): 1c30000.ethernet (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function emac group PD15
pin 112 (PD16): 1c30000.ethernet (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function emac group PD16
pin 113 (PD17): 1c30000.ethernet (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function emac group PD17
pin 128 (PE0): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 129 (PE1): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 130 (PE2): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 131 (PE3): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 132 (PE4): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 133 (PE5): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 134 (PE6): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 135 (PE7): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 136 (PE8): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 137 (PE9): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 138 (PE10): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 139 (PE11): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 140 (PE12): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 141 (PE13): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 142 (PE14): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 143 (PE15): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 160 (PF0): 1c0f000.mmc (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function mmc0 group PF0
pin 161 (PF1): 1c0f000.mmc (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function mmc0 group PF1
pin 162 (PF2): 1c0f000.mmc (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function mmc0 group PF2
pin 163 (PF3): 1c0f000.mmc (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function mmc0 group PF3
pin 164 (PF4): 1c0f000.mmc (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function mmc0 group PF4
pin 165 (PF5): 1c0f000.mmc (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function mmc0 group PF5
pin 166 (PF6): 1c0f000.mmc 1c20800.pinctrl:166 function gpio_in group PF6
pin 192 (PG0): 1c10000.mmc (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function mmc1 group PG0
pin 193 (PG1): 1c10000.mmc (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function mmc1 group PG1
pin 194 (PG2): 1c10000.mmc (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function mmc1 group PG2
pin 195 (PG3): 1c10000.mmc (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function mmc1 group PG3
pin 196 (PG4): 1c10000.mmc (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function mmc1 group PG4
pin 197 (PG5): 1c10000.mmc (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function mmc1 group PG5
pin 198 (PG6): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 199 (PG7): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 200 (PG8): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 201 (PG9): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 202 (PG10): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 203 (PG11): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 204 (PG12): (MUX UNCLAIMED) 1c20800.pinctrl:204
pin 205 (PG13): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
root@server:~#

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root@server:~# cat /sys/kernel/debug/pinctrl/1c20800.pinctrl/pinmux-pins
Pinmux settings per pin
Format: pin (name): mux_owner gpio_owner hog?
pin 0 (PA0): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 1 (PA1): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 2 (PA2): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 3 (PA3): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 4 (PA4): 1c28000.serial (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function uart0 group PA4
pin 5 (PA5): 1c28000.serial (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function uart0 group PA5
pin 6 (PA6): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 7 (PA7): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 8 (PA8): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 9 (PA9): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 10 (PA10): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 11 (PA11): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 12 (PA12): onewire@0 1c20800.pinctrl:12 function gpio_in group PA12
pin 13 (PA13): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 14 (PA14): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 15 (PA15): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 16 (PA16): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 17 (PA17): (MUX UNCLAIMED) 1c20800.pinctrl:17
pin 18 (PA18): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 19 (PA19): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 20 (PA20): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 21 (PA21): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 64 (PC0): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 65 (PC1): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 66 (PC2): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 67 (PC3): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 68 (PC4): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 69 (PC5): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 70 (PC6): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 71 (PC7): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 72 (PC8): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 73 (PC9): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 74 (PC10): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 75 (PC11): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 76 (PC12): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 77 (PC13): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 78 (PC14): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 79 (PC15): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 80 (PC16): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 96 (PD0): 1c30000.ethernet (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function emac group PD0
pin 97 (PD1): 1c30000.ethernet (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function emac group PD1
pin 98 (PD2): 1c30000.ethernet (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function emac group PD2
pin 99 (PD3): 1c30000.ethernet (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function emac group PD3
pin 100 (PD4): 1c30000.ethernet (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function emac group PD4
pin 101 (PD5): 1c30000.ethernet (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function emac group PD5
pin 102 (PD6): (MUX UNCLAIMED) 1c20800.pinctrl:102
pin 103 (PD7): 1c30000.ethernet (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function emac group PD7
pin 104 (PD8): 1c30000.ethernet (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function emac group PD8
pin 105 (PD9): 1c30000.ethernet (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function emac group PD9
pin 106 (PD10): 1c30000.ethernet (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function emac group PD10
pin 107 (PD11): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 108 (PD12): 1c30000.ethernet (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function emac group PD12
pin 109 (PD13): 1c30000.ethernet (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function emac group PD13
pin 110 (PD14): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 111 (PD15): 1c30000.ethernet (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function emac group PD15
pin 112 (PD16): 1c30000.ethernet (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function emac group PD16
pin 113 (PD17): 1c30000.ethernet (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function emac group PD17
pin 128 (PE0): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 129 (PE1): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 130 (PE2): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 131 (PE3): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 132 (PE4): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 133 (PE5): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 134 (PE6): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 135 (PE7): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 136 (PE8): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 137 (PE9): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 138 (PE10): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 139 (PE11): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 140 (PE12): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 141 (PE13): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 142 (PE14): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 143 (PE15): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 160 (PF0): 1c0f000.mmc (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function mmc0 group PF0
pin 161 (PF1): 1c0f000.mmc (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function mmc0 group PF1
pin 162 (PF2): 1c0f000.mmc (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function mmc0 group PF2
pin 163 (PF3): 1c0f000.mmc (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function mmc0 group PF3
pin 164 (PF4): 1c0f000.mmc (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function mmc0 group PF4
pin 165 (PF5): 1c0f000.mmc (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function mmc0 group PF5
pin 166 (PF6): 1c0f000.mmc 1c20800.pinctrl:166 function gpio_in group PF6
pin 192 (PG0): 1c10000.mmc (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function mmc1 group PG0
pin 193 (PG1): 1c10000.mmc (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function mmc1 group PG1
pin 194 (PG2): 1c10000.mmc (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function mmc1 group PG2
pin 195 (PG3): 1c10000.mmc (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function mmc1 group PG3
pin 196 (PG4): 1c10000.mmc (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function mmc1 group PG4
pin 197 (PG5): 1c10000.mmc (GPIO UNCLAIMED) function mmc1 group PG5
pin 198 (PG6): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 199 (PG7): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 200 (PG8): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 201 (PG9): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 202 (PG10): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 203 (PG11): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
pin 204 (PG12): (MUX UNCLAIMED) 1c20800.pinctrl:204
pin 205 (PG13): (MUX UNCLAIMED) (GPIO UNCLAIMED)
root@server:~# ls /sys/bus/w1/devices/
w1_bus_master1
root@server:~#  cat /sys/kernel/debug/gpio
gpiochip1: GPIOs 0-223, parent: platform/1c20800.pinctrl, 1c20800.pinctrl:
 gpio-12  (                    |w1                  ) in  hi    
 gpio-17  (                    |orangepi:red:status ) out lo    
 gpio-102 (                    |gmac-3v3            ) out hi    
 gpio-166 (                    |cd                  ) in  lo IRQ
 gpio-204 (                    |usb0_id_det         ) in  hi IRQ

gpiochip0: GPIOs 352-383, parent: platform/1f02c00.pinctrl, 1f02c00.pinctrl:
 gpio-354 (                    |usb0-vbus           ) out lo    
 gpio-362 (                    |orangepi:green:pwr  ) out hi    
root@server:~#

the pin seems to intercept it and the ds18b20 is working if I connect it to another device, it is not defective. it is a real mystery.:mellow:

PS: I tried with the usual test of the resistor and the led and the small script in python; the test goes well and the led lights up!

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root@server:/sys/bus/w1/devices/28-8000001f9605# cat /proc/version
Linux version 4.18.8-sunxi64 (root@nightly) (gcc version 7.2.1 20171011 (Linaro GCC 7.2-2017.11)) #262 SMP Wed Sep 19 12:14:53 CEST 2018
root@server:/sys/bus/w1/devices/28-8000001f9605# cat w1_slave
64 01 ff ff 7f ff ff ff 02 : crc=02 YES
64 01 ff ff 7f ff ff ff 02 t=22250
root@server:/sys/bus/w1/devices/28-8000001f9605# dmesg | grep wire
[    6.252692] Driver for 1-wire Dallas network protocol.
[    6.276884] gpio-7 (onewire@0): enforced open drain please flag it properly in DT/ACPI DSDT/board file
[    6.311040] w1_master_driver w1_bus_master1: Attaching one wire slave 28.8000001f9605 crc f0
root@server:/sys/bus/w1/devices/28-8000001f9605#

 

 

with version Nightly 4.18.8 immediately recognized the sensor. now what do you advise me to do (keep the kernel nightly or wait for a stable version) before loading all the packages that I need?

 

 

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13 hours ago, FRANK333 said:

keep the kernel nightly or wait for a stable version

"stable" is always a relative vague definition ... If the nightly is stable for you use-cases, keep it as a backup for awhile, and in few months, maybe with some 4.20.y, things may be even more stable and you will decide to switch.

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Ok martinayotte, I'll do as you say.

I ask you: could you look for the differences between the two versions (nightly and mainline) in the 1wire software or is it an impossible procedure?

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4 hours ago, FRANK333 said:

differences between the two versions (nightly and mainline) in the 1wire

Between 4.18.8 and 4.19.9 ? I don't think there is any diffs.

Between the previous 4.14.78 and mainline ? probably there is something since it didn't work for you, but it is not obvious to find.

Also, I don't care much about 4.14.78, as a developper, my interests are always to stay as much up-to-date with 4.19.y ...

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16 minutes ago, martinayotte said:

probably there is something since it didn't work for you, but it is not obvious to find.

 

that's what I doubted.
Thank you for answering me Martin,

Happy Holidays!

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