I just downloaded R13 and I arrived at the sixth step of the procedure explained in the following link:
But I obtained a different situation regarding the folders, unlike what was declared in the guide below:
In particular, when I go in yocto/build/build_bin/tmp/work/swi_mdm9x28_wp-poky-linux-gnueabi I find the folder “linux-quic” and not “linux”:
Then, opening my version 3.18.131-r1 I don’t find “linux” but “kernel”:
Moreover, opening the path that you can see in the following pic, I don’t find the file “board 9615.c” as mentioned in the guide, but the files 9607.c, 9640.c and 9650.c:
Finally I obtain the following situation on the terminal:
What could be the cause of these differences between the results obtained and the guide?
PS. I also tried to modify the code, using the files 9607.c, 9640.c and 9650.c, but it doesn’t work.
the link you referring to is for WP8548/WP75, that is why it is talking about board 9615.c
For WP76/WP77, you can use 9607.c.
Probably you need to see if the patch can be applied to 9607.c
Sorry, how could I know if a patch can be applied to 9607.c?
You can open the patch and see if you can add those modified line to your .c file
I remember even i did not add the patch, i can still see the CAN driver on mangoh red board
Could a cause of this problem be the fact that in the linux-yocto configuration I don’t see the microchip
(as reported in the gitHub guide)?
Do you see problem if not modifying the yocto , but just add the mangoh layer to have the CAN driver?
I didn’t modify anything, I just followed this guide:
You can see my testing here:
Do you know if there is a guide to acquire a CAN signal with the following tools:
- mangOH green
- Talon CAN Bus IoT extender for Sierra mangOH IoT
I’m so confused
have you checked my document?
You might have a look on the start_can.sh file
I found the file sh, but this is the result:
you need to chmod 777 start_can.sh
Yes, I followed the guide, but this is the result:
why there is a space inbetween
Sorry, but without space I obtain an error line:
I don’t see problem, maybe you can diff the script here:
start_can.sh (1.8 KB)
root@swi-mdm9x28-wp:~# chmod 777 /tmp/start_can.sh
“/tmp/start_can.sh board [slot]” where board is “green” or “red” and slot is “0” or “1”
It works but now:
you need to compile the mangoh layer
do you have the driver (can_iot.ko) in your platform?
Sorry, for mangoh layer do you need the steps followed in the guide below?