Author Topic: PiGpio exception SIGSEGV  (Read 277 times)


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PiGpio exception SIGSEGV
« on: March 10, 2020, 08:35:55 am »
Ok, starting Lazarus will give me less warnings.
But running lazarus as root, does this give me also an executable that allows acces to the GPIO?

The executable still gives me an access violation and if I ignore this the PiGpio reports
"Error mapping gpio registry"

So I still need to understand more about how to set privileges to access the GPIO

About Ultibo, i seems what I need, but also it seems there is not a lot activity anymore as the latest news is from 2018 and I thing it will not support the RPi 4 I use


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