Marius Brataas

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  1. CAN-bus with armbian

    I think I'll rather try to use your tools Thanks for you help! I'll try the approach you described
  2. CAN-bus with armbian

    So... Configure on a normal desktop computer, compile, write to SD-card and insert back into tinkerboard, is that what this means? Sorry, I am very new to linux and kernels
  3. CAN-bus with armbian

    root@tinkerboard:~# apt-get -y -qq install git root@tinkerboard:~# git clone --depth 1 Cloning into 'build'... remote: Counting objects: 1809, done. remote: Compressing objects: 100% (1506/1506), done. remote: Total 1809 (delta 344), reused 1285 (delta 190), pack-reused 0 Receiving objects: 100% (1809/1809), 48.36 MiB | 8.67 MiB/s, done. Resolving deltas: 100% (344/344), done. Checking connectivity... done. Checking out files: 100% (2206/2206), done. root@tinkerboard:~# cd build root@tinkerboard:~/build# ./ [ o.k. ] Using config file [ config-default.conf ] [ o.k. ] This script will try to update Already up-to-date. Already on 'master' Your branch is up-to-date with 'origin/master'. [ o.k. ] Preparing [ host ] [ .... ] Please read documentation to set up proper compilation environment [ .... ] [ error ] ERROR in function prepare_host [ ] [ error ] Running this tool on non x86-x64 build host in not supported [ o.k. ] Process terminated Trying to follow the very first steps in that post produces this output.
  4. CAN-bus with armbian

    Thanks Igor, but I haven't really gotten any further. I've tried to compile my own kernel like shown in this video, and this way I was able to add the CAN-bus modules to the config during menuconfig. However, I can't seem to figure out how to boot with that new kernel now. The boot directory on my Tinkerboard is currently looking like this: Any ideas or other strategies? All I really need is normal Armbian but(!) with the CAN modules added to the kernel. All help appreciated, thanks
  5. CAN-bus with armbian

    Hey, I’m running armbian on a tinkerboard and I need to connect to a CAN-bus. Apparently the usual Linux CAN-kernel-modules aren’t shipped with armbian, so I guess I’ll have to add them manually somehow. I`ve been trying to do that for two days now without any luck. I’ve been trying to follow the steps described in other forums, but it haven’t helped. I really just want to add the necessary modules to my existing kernel. Any ideas?