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Hi all,

Do you know if there is a CAN (automotive network) stack under Linux ?

Do you know if there is a CAN stack emulator / simulator / analyser under
Linux ?

I need to experiment CAN under Linux.

TIA & BR,

    Alain.



Re: Automotive stack under Linux
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http://www.embeddedarm.com has a CAN bus card for their embedded boxes.
  I don't know if they have a driver.

--Yan

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Alain RIBAULT ha scritto:
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Alain,
I suggest you to use SocketCAN, the newest (and the best) CAN technology
for linux
http://socketcan.berlios.de /

http://www.koansoftware.com/it/prd_svil_projects.htm
ftp://ftp.koansoftware.com/public/linux/socketcan/original-snapshots/linux-2.6.18-socketcan1.diff

Best regards
--
Marco Cavallini
Koan s.a.s. - Bergamo - Italia
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Re: Automotive stack under Linux
On Tue, 20 Feb 2007 16:59:21 +0100, "Alain RIBAULT"

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If you are referring to low level CANbus, all you need is a device
driver. For instance the can4linux driver supports a few card types
and uses a standard open/read/write/select interface.

The only high level standard automotive protocols I can think of are
the J1939 engine control protocol and some GPS navigation protocols
which are built on CAN frames.

CANbus is also used as the lower level for industrial protocols such
as CanOpen and DeviceNet.

Paul
 

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have a look at these:

Open Components for Embedded Real-time Applications
      http://www.ocera.org /

rtcan - realtime CAN on linux
      http://sourceforge.net/projects/rtcan/

CanFestival CANopen Framework
      http://canfestival.sourceforge.net/

-shaharyar


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