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Get GPIO pin overview (pinout) | Bravehartk2's Blog
On Banana Pi you can call: [crayon-5d5fcda725518094206218/] This should give you an pinout like that: [crayon-5d5fcda725523745611918/] As you can see you also will see the current value of the pins. If BCM (@see http://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/questions/12966/what-is-the-difference-between-board-and-bcm-for-gpio-pin-numbering) is activated it should look like that (Banana Pi Pro): [crayon-5d5fcda725525205548733/] Related