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Is it possible to have communication between a Linux Kernel module and a Cortex M4?
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Yes it is possible. You can use IPC via RPMSG protocol.
Linux module is /lib/modules/4.4.84-000340-gaa42c96/kernel/net/rpmsg/rpmsg_proto.ko.
You can refer to API OSA_ipcQueRead() defined in PROCESSOR_SDK_VISION_03_07_00_00\vision_sdk\links_fw\src\hlos\osa\include\osa_ipc_que.h
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In reply to Rishabh Garg:
Thank you. that should be helpful.
Is there any TI-RTOS CAN code that uses socket can?
In reply to Michel Catudal2:
No, there is no such code.
Hi,I haven't heard back from you, I'm assuming you were able to resolve your issue.If not, just post a reply below (or create a new thread if the thread has locked due to time-out).Regards,Rishabh
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