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NAME

       rtcansend - Xenomai tool for sending CAN messages

SYNOPSIS

       rtcansend <can-interface> [Options] <can-msg>

DESCRIPTION

       rtcansend  is part of Xenomai. It is used to send messages via a CAN interface. The system
       must run a suitable Xenomai enabled kernel with the respective module (xeno_native and the
       CAN driver).

OPTIONS

       <can-interface> is the CAN interface file.

       <can-msg> can consist of up to 8 bytes given as a space separated list.

       rtcansend accepts the following options:

       -i, --identifier=ID
              CAN Identifier (default = 1)

       -r, --rtr
              send remote request

       -e, --extended
              send extended frame

       -l, --loop=COUNT
              send message COUNT times

       -c, --count
              message count in data[0-3]

       -d, --delay=MS
              delay in ms (default = 1ms)

       -s, --send
              use send instead of sendto

       -t, --timeout=MS
              timeout in ms

       -L, --loopback=0|1
              switch local loopback off or on

       -v, --verbose
              be verbose

       -p, --print=MODULO
              print every MODULO message

       -h, --help
              a usage description

SEE ALSO

       rtcanconfig(1), rtcanrecv(1)

AUTHORS

       rtcansend   was   written   by   Wolfgang   Grandegger   <wg@grandegger.com>,  Jan  Kiszka
       <jan.kiszka@web.de> and Philippe Gerum <rpm@xenomai.org>. This man  page  was  written  by
       Roland Stigge <stigge@antcom.de>.