I am working to integrate the mraa library for use on a DragonBoard running Linaro Linux. I want to be sure that I can access and set MPP_2, MPP_3, and MPP_4 as outputs. I can access MPP_4 via the mraa api just fine. With MPP_2 and 3, I get a NULL gpio context when I call mraagpio_init().
I assume this is due to a conflict in the linux device tree but I am feeling challenged to understand what changes might be necessary in the device tree to accomplish what I want. I know that MPP_2 and 3 are for WiFi and BT LEDs. I have examined and/or modified apq8016-sbc-soc-pins.dtsi, apq8016sbc_pmic_pins.dtsi, and apq8016-sbc.dtsi. Some changes introduced kernel build errors which I reversed but otherwise, no changes in the behavior described above.
I am attempting to verify that we can access these IOs for a new board design that will use these same GPIO/MPPs BEFORE we commit to the schematic and routing.
I fully admit to being a linux/unix neophyte. Any guidance will be greatly appreciated.