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FreeBSD 11.0 - man page for gpioctl (freebsd section 1)

GPIOCTL(1)						    BSD General Commands Manual 						GPIOCTL(1)

gpioctl -- GPIO control utility
gpioctl -l [-f ctldev] [-v] gpioctl -t [-f ctldev] pin gpioctl -c [-f ctldev] pin flag [flag ...] gpioctl [-f ctldev] pin [0|1]
The gpioctl utility could be used to manage GPIO pins from userland and list available pins. The options are as follows: -c pin flag [flag ...] Configure pin by setting provided flags. The following flags are currently defined: IN Input pin OUT Output pin OD Open drain pin PP Push pull pin TS Tristate pin PU Pull-up pin PD Pull-down pin II Inverted input pin IO Inverted output pin -f ctldev GPIO controller device to use If not specified, defaults to /dev/gpioc0 -l list available pins -t pin toggle value of provided pin number -v be verbose: for each listed pin print current configuration
o List pins available on GPIO controller defined by device /dev/gpioc0 gpioctl -f /dev/gpioc0 -l o Set the value of pin 12 to 1 gpioctl -f /dev/gpioc0 12 1 o Configure pin 12 to be input pin gpioctl -f /dev/gpioc0 -c 12 IN
gpio(4), gpioiic(4), gpioled(4)
The gpioctl utility appeared in FreeBSD 9.0.
The gpioctl utility and this manual page were written by Oleksandr Tymoshenko <>.
November 7, 2013 BSD

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