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    SubjectRe: CANBus driver.
    Hi Mark.

    Thanks for your reply - its nice to hear the there is some interrest in
    out project.

    Clayton, Mark wrote:

    > I am always interested in CAN stuff on Linux. Where can I find
    > more info in the card you plan to use?


    We will contact Kvaser to get the technical Specification. I cannot
    guarantee that we will be allowed to publish it, but if we are and you
    are interrested, i can send you a link when and if we get it.

    I don't have many ISA
    > slots left, so if decide to find a different card, make it PCI.
    > I have a Infineon based reference board at home around which I
    > plan to develop a few software projects.

    We have no influence on the card itself, I'm afaid. But we will stridt
    to make it very easy to change the hardware driver.

    The driver we want to implement, is actually several drivers.
    Since the CANBus is a bus, it is natual (for us) to implement it as
    such, so that it will be possible to load drivers on top of the hardware
    driver, which can communicate with specific hardware on the bus.

    > BTW, there are CAN drivers for several chip. I have urls at home.
    > I can send them to you in a few days. Assuming I still have them.

    I'm still very interrested.

    > Mark
    > --
    > Mark Clayton
    > NetPlane Systems Inc
    > 888 Washington Street Tel: (781) 329-3200 x5355
    > Dedham MA 02026 Fax: (781) 329-4148
    > --
    > [root@hjinc mclayton] /sbin/insmod stddisclaimer.o


    Anders Fugmann

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