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Linux/AM3352: CAN configuration question
Part Number: AM3352
I have an issue that is similar to this issue that has been raised with no solution.
I've done some of my own research and it appears to be related to this patch which was added to the kernel
So if I revoke this patch the command will then function with triple-sampling. My question is the suggestion in the commit of the patch suggests that the triple-sampling option of the driver has been removed as it never did anything, is this correct? Is triple sampling something that is supported by the chip In which case should we be using a different driver?
Many thanks in advance for your help.
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In reply to Schuyler Patton:
I am using the SDK 04.04, Linux 4.9.69, the same as the original post. However you should see this issue in any kernel/SDK version that was created post the introduction of the patch I included on the 10th November 2017. I am also seeing the same behavior as the original post where the operation not supported message is shown whenever the triple-sampling option is used.
Let me know if you need any further information.
In reply to Ben Taylor:
I've not thoroughly tested the CAN interface, so I cannot verify for certain whether the triple sampling affects it's operation. However it appears if you remove this option it functions correctly. We've followed the driver configuration guide at:
Which states you need it to use the driver, is this no longer the case?
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