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dav888:
Checking in if anyone have experience with CAN-FD and what open source software libraries that are out there..!?

As most USB to CAN FD bridges are $300+ and come with proprietary windows apps, there isn't much available (afaik) in the linux/c-libs/python space...!? Anyone with experience?

JPortici:
The good ones are usually supported by busmaster, which is free and open source, and as such lacking in (some) features

mon2:
https://circuitdigest.com/news/open-source-usb-can-can-fd-and-single-wire-can-support-debugging-or-hacking-vehicle-components

mattselectronics:

--- Quote from: JPortici on February 12, 2021, 10:53:39 pm ---The good ones are usually supported by busmaster, which is free and open source, and as such lacking in (some) features

--- End quote ---

Busmaster is discontinued and also the GitHub seems to be deserted. I doubt, that it has support for CAN-FD.

JPortici:

--- Quote from: mattselectronics on March 18, 2021, 11:12:39 pm ---
--- Quote from: JPortici on February 12, 2021, 10:53:39 pm ---The good ones are usually supported by busmaster, which is free and open source, and as such lacking in (some) features

--- End quote ---

Busmaster is discontinued and also the GitHub seems to be deserted. I doubt, that it has support for CAN-FD.

--- End quote ---

I think that CAN-FD support lies in the interface driver, so it's independent of busmaster?
Anyway, do you know of a free / low cost alternative to it?

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