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by S.Grosjean
Thu 12. Nov 2020, 09:33
Forum: Linux
Topic: significant changes to PCAN USB driver
Replies: 5
Views: 359

Re: significant changes to PCAN USB driver

Hello, The big difference between both drivers stands in how and when the controllers are configured. The peak-linux-driver does exist for age and proposes an interface that allows user to simply write: $ echo "m s 0x123 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7" > /dev/pcan32 to write a CAN frame with ID=0x123 and 8 data by...
by S.Grosjean
Mon 9. Nov 2020, 14:27
Forum: Linux
Topic: significant changes to PCAN USB driver
Replies: 5
Views: 359

Re: significant changes to PCAN USB driver

Hi, Since drivers aren't the same then it's difficult to compare both of them. First, try to download latest version 8.10.2 of the peak-linux-driver from the PEAK-System website to compare. Then, you'll be able to request by email to linux@peak-system.com the patch than allows to get the CAN errors ...
by S.Grosjean
Mon 9. Nov 2020, 11:28
Forum: Linux
Topic: Driver reinstall failure on Debian
Replies: 7
Views: 149

Re: Driver reinstall failure on Debian

Hi, Strange... You said you first succeeded to build then install the driver: PS: when i install the driver in the first time it was successfully installed and i can show my two can pci by (cat /proc/pcan) command, but i can't use socketcan in my python program that's why i unistalled the peak syste...
by S.Grosjean
Mon 9. Nov 2020, 10:56
Forum: Linux
Topic: Driver reinstall failure on Debian
Replies: 7
Views: 149

Re: Driver reinstall failure on Debian

Hi, As said, if you want to use socket-CAN over PEAK-System hardware then you don't ned to install the peak-system-driver since the mainline kernel provides drivers for that. Regarding building the peak-linux-driver: could you please try to rebuild it again, but in "normal" mode only: $ make -C driv...
by S.Grosjean
Mon 9. Nov 2020, 10:35
Forum: Linux
Topic: Driver reinstall failure on Debian
Replies: 7
Views: 149

Re: Driver reinstall failure on Debian

Hi, The normal output should display the gcc version: $ make -C driver NET=NETDEV_SUPPORT make: Entering directory '/home/stephane/linux/drivers/pcan/driver' *** *** Making pcan driver in netdev mode *** *** Host OS Release=Debian GNU/Linux v10 *** Host machine kernel version=4.19.0-12-amd64 *** Dri...
by S.Grosjean
Mon 9. Nov 2020, 08:44
Forum: Linux
Topic: significant changes to PCAN USB driver
Replies: 5
Views: 359

Re: significant changes to PCAN USB driver

Hello, In order to better help you, can you please give us more info about the old and the new "versions" and specifically, which driver you use. Are you talking about the mainline driver (peak_usb) or the peak-linux-driver (aka pcan) driver? Moreover, can you also give us the output of "uname -a" p...
by S.Grosjean
Mon 26. Oct 2020, 11:14
Forum: Linux
Topic: pcanview in parallel to peak Qt plugin / or libpcanbasic based clients
Replies: 3
Views: 338

Re: pcanview in parallel to peak Qt plugin / or libpcanbasic based clients

Hi, Unfortunately, the current version of the pcan driver for Linux doesn't allow several applications to run correctly over the same channel. Moreover, like PCAN-Basic for Windows, sharing the same channel among several applications is not possible either with libpcanbasic. FYI, we plan to release ...
by S.Grosjean
Fri 11. Sep 2020, 12:55
Forum: Linux
Topic: pcan_usb_plugin() function is not getting called !!
Replies: 3
Views: 527

Re: pcan_usb_plugin() function is not getting called !!

I don't think your way of spamming the forum by opening a large number of topics at once is the best way to help you. Usually users of this forum ask one question at a time, so we can solve their problems one by one. In fact, often the resolution of the first problem miraculously leads to the resolu...