As the label names it, I am having issues w/ running some i2c-2 source on an am335x based, SiP board.
I deal w/ GPIO and I2C in my source for I/O.
This brief error was intended to not show but it arrived. I read an entire dialog about 34 on this forum from AUG 22, i.e. this year. Please forget the past and this message of
Is there a way around using an address, i2c address, called
I am sort of new to programming and learning very slowly.
The code that’s giving that error mesage is written in C or C++ and it’s using
PyLong_AsLong, which returns a
long, but the number
0xb6a81028 is too big for a
long. It needs to be changed to use, say,
@MRAB , thank you for replying. I will try to find where the code is currently to change it to the specified value(s).
P.S. The reason I typed
code is b/c I am using two libs. and a Linux FS. It could be located anywhere really.
From the trace back you can work out which module the code is on.
Then in the REPL you can import the module and type it’s name.
The Repr shows the path to the module in the fs.
>>> import json
Repr showing path to json.py