The driver is linked inside the kernel. Fixed compilation issues with 2. Uninstalling the “pcan” driver can be made before or after the system upgrade. Added support for Kernel v3. To ease access to the driver’s services PEAK provides a library ‘libpcan.
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Add Filters for character device driver. Libpcanfd has been changed too. Fixed wrong handling of USB device enumeration in the shared library. This msg is no more pushed by the device ISR This enables to limit Rx queue flooding and ensure that the msg will always be pushed.
It can be changed with: To ease access to the driver’s linuxx PEAK provides a library ‘libpcan. Added support for Kernel v3. This library is LGPL’d and therefore can be linked to even closed source programs without any consequences.
Linux Driver released: PEAK-System
It does not matter, if your user program is open or closed source and what licence, however. ISR and multi-tasking access The driver is linked inside the kernel. Now devices ranges are: Patch to use the peak-linux driver If you have any questions about the drivers please contact us.
Timestamps with resolution down linuxx microseconds. Now conform to kernel 2. From now on, the driver support Kernel Kernel 2.
PCAN-Basic API for Linux Version History
Support of future Kernel 3. But if you modify the library you have to give back this modification to the community if you distribute the modified library. Uninstalling the “pcan” driver can be made before or after the system upgrade. Fix reading of Kernel version in driver’s Makefile, especially when the version number doesn’t match x.
From now on, the driver support Kernel 2.
Better support of some older kernels 2. Fixed compilation issues with Linux Kernel versions up to 3. Now, versions like x. New option to send CAN frames with local echo: The driver can be built with Kernels more recent than 4.
On some systems hot plug support will not work correctly kernel depending. Take care when using third-party hardware, since the drivers use special functions. Note that the driver’s services are only pcam use through kernel services. Now work with SUSE 8. You’ll need to reboot your system, to have the linux-can drivers automatically loaded by the next system start.
The ‘obfuscated’ code for the USB Interface is removed. Fixed compilation issues with 2. This doesn’t matter since the driver is GPL’d.