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Piface2 board not detected (Rpi3 B) #24
Noob at this, but it looks like I'm missing a trick to get the board working.
Started following the instructions, SPI enabled, rebooted, updates done. The Pi is set up fresh with the latest (scratch?) install.
The install commands didn't work (not found). I found alternative install instructions using PIP which did work:
So now I load up Python (or Python3, same problem) and try:
Any ideas? I've seen some people suggest reverting back to an older "jessie" build, but other topics suggest people made it work. I also saw reference to commenting out a line in a "blacklist" file, however mine is empty.
For me the hint from joppep at https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=170606 solved the issue, copying here for reference:
I got the same issue on a Pi 1 model B+, and the suggested fix does not work.
I guess it probably has a different max speed?