Hey guys, I put this simple package together which allows you to turn on and off GPIOs from the command line as services. This can be used for all sorts of things.
1. Download this package http://forum.xda-developers.com/atta...1&d=1362453406
2. unTar.Gz it to the root directory of your Raspberry Pi. There's 6 files which go into /etc/init.d. The files are InitGPIO, led0, led1, led2, led3, and led4. These services control GPIOs 0, 1, 4, 14, and 15. See the chart below for more information.
3. Connect LEDs with 100 ohm resistors to the corresponding GPIOs using an old IDE hard disk cable.
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