Install RPi.GPIO Library In Raspbian

The RPi.GPIO Python library allows you to easily configure and read-write the input/output pins on the Pi’s GPIO header within a Python script.

This article is an updated version to take into account changes in the RPi.GPIO library and the release of the Raspbian SD card image.

UPDATE : Please use the Install RPi.GPIO Python Library article as this page is no longer updated.

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2 Responses to Install RPi.GPIO Library In Raspbian

  1. Thank you for this – I’m at the stage where I haven’t a clue how the GPIO works, I just want to _use_ the thing ;-)

  2. James says:

    I know this article is a few weeks old, but it’s worth noting that adafruit’s RPi distro Occidentalis comes with GPIO, I2C, SSH etc support enabled. It looks like a good distro for anyone doing I/O work.

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