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I,m using LCDProc with raspbmc on my raspberry pi. It works fine with my v1 rpi, but it does not work with my v2 rpi.
Unfortunately my LCD board uses one of the GPIO lines that was moved between v1 and v2 rpi boards, so what was GPIO-21 is now GPIO-27. I have modified the LCDd.conf file to reflect this, but now the display does not work.
Is it possible that the LCDproc code restricts the rpi GPIO port lines that are accessable?
Anyone else able to try this?
There was a problem with the pin configuration. This was corrected recently. See http://lists.omnipotent.net/pipermail/lcdproc/2013-January/014096.html.
Note that the raspberrypi driver is not officially part of LCDproc (yet).