Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. So, they’re not options. In-kernel code for these would not contribute to protocol stability. Felix, On Thu, Feb 03, at We had ported it into 3. Please see the help page to understand what questions you can ask here.
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Yet, I’m not sure of 1 issue: So, it should be clear to you, and apparently, I’ve yet some documentation to do: This is a bad approach. Though, if you google for it you may find the following link: My colleague and I have studied some time on those man pages. This does not control linuxx CAN loopback, but more the J loopback.
J Stack for Linux (Object)
The statement you make here is applicable on IPv4 sockets, which do ‘autobind’ when necessary. Please see the help page to understand what questions you can linuxx here. Sign up using Facebook. The address claiming process itself with its policy is a userspace task.
J1939 Stack for Linux (Object)
Other processes should be able to reuse that address. It took some time to me to get behind this fact and it was not very intuitive. You should try the same thing communicating with datagram, not stream over unix sockets. Things that could be handled outside the kernel should be handled outside the kernel.
Kurt, On Thu, at You’re right in that you’re quite some prototype of a potential user.
net/can/j/main.c – pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/mkl/linux-can-next – Git at Google
There are several userspace j implementations doing so. In reply to this post by Oliver Hartkopp Oliver, I’m going through your remarks, implementing those that we agree. In-kernel code for these would not contribute to protocol stability.
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Is done by sockopts – don’t specify two interfaces for one functionality. When implementing only one ECU on the host. I’m very interested in netdev remarks on the precise details.
The kernel considers the arbitration, but does not act. In fact, we supposed that j is rather j1399 to iso, but we did not verify letter by letter. What I wanted to say here is that when you start issuing j CAN frames from the same host, the local j stack will not recognize those j frames as local, and therefore, the SA must differ.
You provide two addressing schemata in one structure here. In reply to this post by Kurt Van Dijck This is the main j protocol stack.
This can have several reasons: The destination address would be yourself, unless you’re spying