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Re: Linux Update and lost peak_usb driver

Posted: Tue 7. Sep 2021, 13:24
by jonbakerfish
Yes, but it outputs errors:

modprobe: ERROR: could not insert 'pcan': Operation not permitted
modprobe: ERROR: ../libkmod/libkmod-module.c:990 command_do() Error running install command 'modprobe --ignore-install pcan' for module pcan: retcode 1
modprobe: ERROR: could not insert 'pcan': Invalid argument

Re: Linux Update and lost peak_usb driver

Posted: Tue 7. Sep 2021, 13:30
by M.Heidemann
Thanks for the quick feedback.

Please check if secureboot is enabled by your bios,
it will prevent unsigned drivers (like the PCAN-Linux driver) from loading.
Disable it and reboot, the driver should load automatically afterwards.

Best Regards

Marvin

Re: Linux Update and lost peak_usb driver

Posted: Tue 7. Sep 2021, 14:35
by jonbakerfish
M.Heidemann wrote:
Tue 7. Sep 2021, 13:30
Thanks for the quick feedback.

Please check if secureboot is enabled by your bios,
it will prevent unsigned drivers (like the PCAN-Linux driver) from loading.
Disable it and reboot, the driver should load automatically afterwards.

Best Regards

Marvin
Disable the secureboot works! Thanks!

Re: Linux Update and lost peak_usb driver

Posted: Tue 7. Sep 2021, 14:43
by M.Heidemann
Hi,

Thanks for the feedback!

Best Regards

Marvin

Re: Linux Update and lost peak_usb driver

Posted: Tue 7. Sep 2021, 14:46
by jonbakerfish
BTW, do you have a more detail user manual for pcanview (Linux version). It's a bit confusing how to set up the connection.

Re: Linux Update and lost peak_usb driver

Posted: Tue 7. Sep 2021, 14:55
by M.Heidemann
Hello John,

You can use the Help menu of PCAN-View Linux to
get more information.

There is no additional manual for PCAN-View Linux.

Best Regards

Marvin