In the past, I’ve written ASYN drivers to access GPIO, ADC, DAC, SPI based devices, from the
PiFace, GertBoard, LogiPI as well as others, and MEDM screens for visualization, for example.
Other alternatives are through the sysfs [using echo commands in a bash script] and WiringPi
from Gordon Henderson [https://projects.drogon.net/raspberry-pi]. Years ago, started with Pete
Jemian’s instructions [http://prjemian.github.io/epicspi] to get going, then the sky’s the limit.
There’s quite a bit out there. Enjoy !
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I have just installed EIPCS on Raspberry Pi 3. I appreciate if anyone can share with me how he/she does the work through Raspberry Pi. Thank you.
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Singapore Synchrotron Light Source
National University of Singapore
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