[riot-users] How to use gpio (Arduino Uno)
peter.kietzmann at haw-hamburg.de
Mon Jul 4 11:57:16 CEST 2016
first of all: welcome to the RIOT community! The arduino-uno support in
RIOT is WIP  and currently not part of the RIOT master. Did you use
that pull request?
What do you mean by the "native program"? "native" in RIOT is a hardware
emulation running in a linux process on your PC and it has no real
GPIOs. Basically every program can be built for the native board but I'm
not aware of any "native program".
 demonstrates how to use GPIOs. It comes with a small shell and
allows to initialize, set and read pins during runtime.
Am 03.07.2016 um 20:08 schrieb Nazmul Alam:
> I am new to riot-os and was trying to run a native application which
> toggles a led on pin 13 (arduino-uno), I was able to use arduino sketch
> but it seems it is not working properly. So I though I will give native
> program a try.
> But I am not sure how to initialize gpio and use it (e,g USEMODULE?) so
> is there any sample on how to use the gpio in riot-os?
> Thanks in advance,
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> users at riot-os.org
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