#AzureIoT – Granting access to Raspberry Pi GPIO from an ☁ Azure IoT Edge Module

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Hi !

Today let’s face a cool question:

How do I grant GPIO access in a Raspberry Pi to an Azure IoT Module?

So, the main goal is to access the GPIO to interact with sensors and actors. Usually, when we run programs in the device that’s easy to accomplish, however running an Azure IoT Module we need to grant these permissions to the module definition.

In the Container Create Options, we need to add the following lines:

{
  "HostConfig": {
    "Binds":[
        "/dev/i2c-1:/dev/i2c-1"
        ],
    "Privileged": true
  }
}

Enabling access to the i2c and also running the module with elevated privileges:

And, of course, if the module is also running as a HTTP server, you need to add here the TCP open ports, and more. That’s it! super easy!

Happy coding!

Greetings

El Bruno



Azure ☁ IoT

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