[MinnowBoard] MinnowBoard Turbot GPIO with Windows 10?
carlos.reverbel at win-ms.com
Mon Apr 18 10:14:57 UTC 2016
I installed Windows 8.1 in my MinnowBoard and I would like to control the
UARTs (I just need one) in C/C++ (not Visual C++). I've already installed
the drivers to pilot the UARTs (in the Device Manager they appear in the
session 'System Devices' as 'UART Controller'). The problem is that I dont
know much about driver and I dont know how to call them in C to
I searched in the thread
but I dont know how to use the Serial Framework Extension (SerCx) and mount
a Sub-Device to control the UART.
Does someone here succeeded using the UARTs with Windows 8.1 (n C/C++)
and have some sample code to share?
De : elinux-MinnowBoard [mailto:elinux-minnowboard-bounces at lists.elinux.org]
De la part de John 'Warthog9' Hawley
Envoyé : mercredi 13 avril 2016 19:39
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Objet : Re: [MinnowBoard] MinnowBoard Turbot GPIO with Windows 10?
Don't believe, currently, that there is a way to control the GPIOs from
Windows 10 directly, though Windows 10 IoT has that capability.
This did come up recently on the IRC channel, and from the discussion it was
noted that (and I'm going to quote here)
"<kyranf> the new (march 30 release) Windows 10 insider build has
"universal" support for windows app development, which has the GPIO
libraries/wrappers/headers for C++"
So it's possible that a future update to Windows 10 will have those
libraries as well, as I know that kyranf was looking at doing something very
similar. Now this is only with respect to GPIO, the HSUARTs in the LSE
should be usable if you can find the appropriate driver, that being said
there's a thread here:
that discusses this in some detail, and probably worth a quick glance.
- John 'Warthog9' Hawley
On 04/13/2016 07:31 AM, Carlos Reverbel wrote:
> I just started with the MinnowBoard Turbot and I installed a Windows 10
> I am trying to find a way to control the GPIO pins of the board,
expecially the UART pins, and I did not found a way to do so...
> Do you know how to do so?
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