[plugin] GPIO control: control GPIO with Volumio 3 events (now RPi5 compatible!)

@Wheaten Thanks for giving it a try. The plugin is used for output not input, are you confusing the plugin with gpio_button?.

You might be able to use an LED to test it. :crossed_fingers:t4:

that might make some differences :man_facepalming:… Will check

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Then it is working.
Added GPIO10 for PLAY/Pause/Stop and the led respond to it :slight_smile:

volumio@volumio-rpi5:~$ cat /proc/device-tree/model
Raspberry Pi 5 Model B Rev 1.0



Should have read the opening post…

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OMG awesome! Thanks!

I’m gonna tidy up the code later :slight_smile:

Hi Supercrab, I also confirm the latest beta Gpio control plugin is now working on Pi 5! Awesome! Thanks a lot for that super fast solution!


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Nice one! :+1:t4::smiley:. Looks like is stable then :raised_hands::triumph:

The new version of the plugin with the gpiox library doesn’t seem to work on a Pi Zero 2. Do you have anything other than a Pi 5, that you can test the plugin on? Thanks :crossed_fingers:t4:

only a 3 and 4

Either one will do, whatever’s easiest :smiling_face:. When I revert back to the previous stable version, the GPIO works again. Very strange.

For me it’s working on the rPi4.

volumio@volumio-dsi:~$ cat /proc/device-tree/model
Raspberry Pi 4 Model B Rev 1.4

Installed V1.07, used GPIO10 and it follows the PLAY/PAUSE/STOP event.



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@Wheaten Thanks for testing! :sunglasses::smiling_face_with_three_hearts:

Nice pics too! :blush:

just as proof :slight_smile:

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It turns out gpiox doesn’t work on GPIO Zero due to the different chip being used compared to the other Raspberry Pis. The developer has ordered one to see if he can resolve it. If there’s a fix for it I’ll mark the plugin as stable. :slight_smile: