You haven't told us what is the
BrickPi you're using.
Anyhow, it's not recommended to run multiple
python processes at the same time on any of the 3
BrickPis (that we've commercialized) as they weren't developed for such a thing.
So, what we're suggesting is to use
one process at a time on a
If you do need multiple lines of execution, then I'm happy to tell you that the
BrickPi3 is thread-safe, so you can run
multiple threads within a single
But it may not be okay to run
multiple processes at the same time as
conflicts like the one you've encountered can appear.
If you consider the topic solved, can we close the thread?