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1 year 8 months ago #130 by Mr. Smith
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I found this excellent software when I became a bit familiar with the CAN message reading and sending. I used work as a embedded Qt developer few years back and this sounds like an excellent choice for my needs. I was wondering, does this software support Rasperry PI based CAN bus boards (i.e. PICAN2 skpang.co.uk/catalog/pican2-canbus-board...ry-pi-23-p-1475.html )? Just trying to find a cost friendly solution for my CAN hacking needs :)

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1 year 6 months ago #150 by collink
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Sorry I didn't get back with you sooner. There isn't much traffic on here so I don't check as frequently as I could and I thought your message was an older one... Whoops...

It hasn't been definitively used on RPi yet. I think maybe it could work but I haven't tried it myself.

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4 months 3 days ago #237 by NiallDarwin
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Hi,
Is there any update on RPi, PiCAN2 & SavvyCAN? I have all of these things.

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1 month 1 day ago #253 by StephanT
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Would be cool! and . nice and low cost.. the USB is full speed and there is a CAN bus hat for the RPi Zero... so really nice form factor... and with Pi hat that could be sun $20?

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1 month 22 hours ago #255 by collink
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I believe that someone has successfully compiled it for RPi. Since the RPi has socketcan this means you could have everything all on the one board. But, I haven't done it myself. There might be a way for me to create a Raspberry Pi image of SavvyCAN like I'm doing for Windows, OSX, and LINUX.

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