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Running Python wrapper on Linux

This is an update of an older blog post and is now taking advantage of the Python canlib package v1.6 and later. Today we take a look at how to setup and send a CAN message using Kvasers Python package canlib. For this example we use the Kvaser USBcan Pro 2xHS v2, but any Kvaser ... Read More

September 20, 2018 Magnus Carlsson
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Build and install signed Kvaser driver modules

This is the second post in a 2-part series about Secure Boot and signing modules on Linux: Secure Boot on Linux systems Build and install signed Kvaser driver modules The first part was an overview of what Secure Boot actually is and how it affects 3:rd party modules. In this part we take a look ... Read More

June 5, 2017 Magnus Carlsson
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Secure Boot on Linux systems

This is the first post in a 2-part series about Secure Boot and signing modules on Linux: Secure Boot on Linux systems Build and install signed Kvaser driver modules What is Secure Boot? "Secure Boot" is a UEFI feature that appeared in 2012, with Windows 8 preinstalled computers. All current Ubuntu 64-bit (not 32-bit) versions ... Read More

May 29, 2017 Magnus Carlsson
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[Archive] Running Python wrapper on Linux

This blog uses now deprecated functions, see blog "Improved API in Python canlib v1.5" for more information. Today we take a look at how to setup and send a CAN message using Kvaser's new Python package canlib. For this example we use the Kvaser USBcan Pro 2xHS v2, but any Kvaser interface can be used. First step is to ... Read More

October 3, 2016 Magnus Carlsson
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