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gpio-platform raspberrypi4
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I updated my current installation of my RPI3 vom stretch to buster. With the help of another thread, pilight runs fine. After moving to a new RPI4 I have problems with sending codes to my power switches. I get no errors while sending with pilight-send, but my switches do not respond. Also no errors in pilight logs. In /sys/class/gpio is gpio17 missing.

With "wiringx blink" my LED is also not blinking on gpio0.

If I go back to RPI3 (same sd-card), pilight works fine again.
So I think we need a new pilight-platform "raspberrypi4"


This my system:
RPI4 with raspbian buster (dist-upgrade from stretch)
433Mhz transmitter on gpio0 (BCM17)
Power-supply with 2.5A

If some additional information is rquired let me know.
I hope "Feature Request" is the right place.
 
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https://github.com/wiringX/wiringX/issue...-530045111

And this just covers the RPi4, the time i have to find is still my own spare time that anyone should feel free to sponsor.
 
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