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SPI communication

Started by larsande, October 25, 2020, 08:51:37 AM

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larsande

Hi I have a Raspberry Pi model 3 with newest FPP installed. I want to communicate with a MCP4131 chip  According to Raspberry pi documentation the SPI interface must be enabled . Is this done with FPP installed? if not can you give me instruction on how to do this?.

Do anyone have experience with this kind of communication, do you have some script and maybe experience to share?

dkulp

I'm pretty sure it's already enabled as there are a few things that use SPI that FPP will talk to.  There is a "Generic SPI" output, but that would certainly not be what you need.
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