It is dangerous to run motors directly from the Pi, hence we need a motor shield.
I own an Adafruit arduino motor shield clone: https://learn.adafruit.com/adafruit-motor-shield
Note: I’m aware about how to use motors with python, just want to use the H bridge capabilities of the shield.
Tried and failed referring to:
Most answers refer to pigpio library (C++), that works specifically for 26 Pin Raspberry Pi 2.
Please suggest a solution, compatible with Pi3 (40 GPIO Pins) that can also run servo motor.
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