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Yes, ros_canopen utilizes SocketCAN package and many Kvaser CAN interfaces, such as Leaf Light v2, are supported by SocketCAN.

Yes, ros_canopen utilizes SocketCAN package and many Kvaser CAN interfaces, such as Leaf Light v2, are supported by SocketCAN.SocketCAN. To install SocketCAN drivers for Kvaser hardware: - Make sure you uninstalled linuxcan (canlib), since Kvaser drivers blacklist SocketCAN modules: $ cd linuxcan $ sudo make uninstall - Download the drivers: - $ wget linuxbuild:8080/job/socketcan_ubuntu_16.04-x32/lastSuccessfulBuild/artifact/socketcan_kvaser_drivers/dist/output/socketcan_kvaser_drivers_282.tar.gz

  • Untar the tarball and install the drivers
    • $ cd socketcan_kvaser_drivers
    • $ make
    • $ sudo make install
  • Find your interface

    • ip a Now you should see your Kvaser device listed, e.g.

    • 3: can0: <noarp,echo> mtu 16 qdisc noop state DOWN group default qlen 10 link/can

For the rest, I suggest you to consult https://answers.ros.org/question/250174/how-to-control-maxon-motor-by-using-ros_canopen/

Yes, ros_canopen utilizes SocketCAN package and many Kvaser CAN interfaces, such as Leaf Light v2, are supported by SocketCAN. To install SocketCAN drivers for Kvaser hardware: - hardware:

  • Make sure you uninstalled linuxcan (canlib), since Kvaser drivers blacklist SocketCAN modules: $ cd linuxcan $ sudo make uninstall - uninstall
  • Download the drivers: - $ wget linuxbuild:8080/job/socketcan_ubuntu_16.04-x32/lastSuccessfulBuild/artifact/socketcan_kvaser_drivers/dist/output/socketcan_kvaser_drivers_282.tar.gzdrivers:

    • $ wget linuxbuild:8080/job/socketcan_ubuntu_16.04-x32/lastSuccessfulBuild/artifact/socketcan_kvaser_drivers/dist/output/socketcan_kvaser_drivers_282.tar.gz
  • Untar the tarball and install the drivers drivers

    • $ cd socketcan_kvaser_drivers
    • $ make
    • $ sudo make install
  • Find your interface

    interface
    • ip a

ip a Now you should see your Kvaser device listed, e.g.

e.g.
  • - 3: can0: <noarp,echo> mtu 16 qdisc noop state DOWN group default qlen 10 link/can

  • For the rest, I suggest you to consult https://answers.ros.org/question/250174/how-to-control-maxon-motor-by-using-ros_canopen/

    Yes, ros_canopen utilizes SocketCAN package and many Kvaser CAN interfaces, such as Leaf Light v2, are supported by SocketCAN. To install SocketCAN drivers for Kvaser hardware:

    • Make sure you uninstalled linuxcan (canlib), (CANlib), since Kvaser drivers blacklist SocketCAN modules: $ cd linuxcan $ sudo make uninstall
    • Download the drivers:

      • $ wget linuxbuild:8080/job/socketcan_ubuntu_16.04-x32/lastSuccessfulBuild/artifact/socketcan_kvaser_drivers/dist/output/socketcan_kvaser_drivers_282.tar.gz
    • Untar the tarball and install the drivers

      • $ cd socketcan_kvaser_drivers
      • $ make
      • $ sudo make install
    • Find your interface
      • ip a

    Now you should see your Kvaser device listed, e.g.
    - 3: can0: <noarp,echo> mtu 16 qdisc noop state DOWN group default qlen 10 link/can

    For the rest, I suggest you to consult https://answers.ros.org/question/250174/how-to-control-maxon-motor-by-using-ros_canopen/

    Yes, ros_canopen utilizes SocketCAN package and many Kvaser CAN interfaces, such as Leaf Light v2, are supported by SocketCAN. To install SocketCAN drivers for Kvaser hardware:

    • Make sure you uninstalled linuxcan (CANlib), since Kvaser drivers blacklist SocketCAN modules:
      • $ cd linuxcan linuxcan
      • $ sudo make uninstall
    • Download the drivers:

      • $ wget linuxbuild:8080/job/socketcan_ubuntu_16.04-x32/lastSuccessfulBuild/artifact/socketcan_kvaser_drivers/dist/output/socketcan_kvaser_drivers_282.tar.gz
    • Untar the tarball and install the drivers

      • $ cd socketcan_kvaser_drivers
      • $ make
      • $ sudo make install
    • Find your interface
      • ip a

    Now you should see your Kvaser device listed, e.g.
    - 3: can0: <noarp,echo> mtu 16 qdisc noop state DOWN group default qlen 10 link/can

    For the rest, I suggest you to consult https://answers.ros.org/question/250174/how-to-control-maxon-motor-by-using-ros_canopen/

    Yes, ros_canopen utilizes SocketCAN package and many Kvaser CAN interfaces, such as Leaf Light v2, are supported by SocketCAN. To install SocketCAN drivers for Kvaser hardware:

    • Make sure you uninstalled linuxcan (CANlib), since Kvaser drivers blacklist SocketCAN modules: modules:

      • $ cd linuxcan
      • $ sudo make uninstall
    • Download the drivers:

      • $ wget linuxbuild:8080/job/socketcan_ubuntu_16.04-x32/lastSuccessfulBuild/artifact/socketcan_kvaser_drivers/dist/output/socketcan_kvaser_drivers_282.tar.gz
    • Untar the tarball and install the drivers

      • $ cd socketcan_kvaser_drivers
      • $ make
      • $ sudo make install
    • Find your interface
      • ip a

    Now you should see your Kvaser device listed, e.g.
    - 3: can0: <noarp,echo> mtu 16 qdisc noop state DOWN group default qlen 10 link/can

    For the rest, I suggest you to consult https://answers.ros.org/question/250174/how-to-control-maxon-motor-by-using-ros_canopen/

    Yes, ros_canopen utilizes SocketCAN package and many Kvaser CAN interfaces, such as Leaf Light v2, are supported by SocketCAN. To install SocketCAN drivers for Kvaser hardware:

    • Make sure you uninstalled linuxcan (CANlib), since Kvaser drivers blacklist SocketCAN modules:

      • $ cd linuxcan
      • $ sudo make uninstall
    • Download the drivers:Find your interface

      • $ wget linuxbuild:8080/job/socketcan_ubuntu_16.04-x32/lastSuccessfulBuild/artifact/socketcan_kvaser_drivers/dist/output/socketcan_kvaser_drivers_282.tar.gz
    • Untar the tarball and install the drivers

      • $ cd socketcan_kvaser_drivers
      • $ make
      • $ sudo make install
    • Find your interface
      • ip a

    Now you should see your Kvaser device listed, e.g.
    - 3: can0: <noarp,echo> mtu 16 qdisc noop state DOWN group default qlen 10 link/can

    For the rest, I suggest you to consult https://answers.ros.org/question/250174/how-to-control-maxon-motor-by-using-ros_canopen/