I’m using rm’s kernel, but I couldn’t control my Cubieboard’s LEDs while using this kernel. If I used the stock kernel from Cubieboard’s hwpack it all worked.
First I thought it was disabled because I use the ‘server’ edition of the kernel, which is just a kernel with many disabled features a server doesn’t need to safe resources, but this wasn’t the case.
After some searching in the modules I saw that there is a module called
The only thing I had to do was to add the following code to script.bin:
[leds_para] leds_used = 1 leds_num = 2 leds_pin_1 = port:PH20 leds_name_1 = "green:ph20:led1" leds_pin_2 = port:PH21 leds_name_2 = "blue:ph21:led2"
echo "leds-sunxi" >> /etc/modules to load the
leds-sunxi module on boot and reboot.
After the reboot it worked again, now with rm’s kernel. For more info about controlling the LEDs, take a look at this tutorial.