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Python and GPIO supports?

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Hi,

I'm new here. What I am used to is raspberry pi. But the small size and headers of NanoPi NEO brought me here. I have not ordered one yet but will do so after finding out some answers.

So with the UbuntuCore, do I get python 3.4 and any support of GPIO via python? Where do I find a list of installed packages? I know this is new product but if you say XXX aspect of NEO is same as another product YYY, that will be good enough. I want to place the NEO on a custom board and especially like the fact that it has USB ports and audio in/out on headers. I'd like to add wifi, bluetooth, and maybe SPI displays etc via usb ports. How much support am I expecting?

Thanks.
Hi thank you very much for your interest and attention to our boards
Currently we are still working on some projects for NEO I would suggest you check our wiki for NEO once in a while. Whenever we have any update we will update our wiki

http://wiki.friendlyarm.com/wiki/index.php/NanoPi_NEO
For utterly simple GPIO access I'm using the following python command

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import os
os.system('echo 1 > /sys/class/gpio_sw/PA14/data')
>> set GPIO14 to 1 (HIGH)

... maybe something useful ?

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