The *can-dev* module has been enabled for the real-time kernel
The *can-dev* module has been enabled for the real-time kernel, providing the device interface for Controller Area Network (CAN) device drivers. CAN is a vehicle bus specification originally intended to connect the various micro-controllers in automobiles and has since extended to other areas. CAN is also used in industrial and machine controls where a high performance interface is required and other interfaces such as RS-485 are not sufficient.
The functions exported from the *can-dev* module are used by CAN device drivers to make the kernel aware of the devices and to allow applications to connect and transfer data.
Enabling CAN in the real-time kernel allows the use of third party CAN drivers and applications to implement CAN-based systems.
Description of problem:
A customer is requesting the can-dev.ko module in the kernel-rt. Is it possible?
Account Name: MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Contact Name: Jason Stewart
Account Number: 5366424
As a customer, you need to buy a subscription. The subscription will be associated with your account, and you will be able to register your system using the subscription manager. If your system is not registered on subscription manager, or if it is but you do not have RHEL-RT subscriptions, the command you pointed will fail.
Why do you need to simulate a user installing the kernel -rt (including the subscription test) on the BZ? am I missing something?
Since the problem described in this bug report should be
resolved in a recent advisory, it has been closed with a
resolution of ERRATA.
For information on the advisory, and where to find the updated
files, follow the link below.
If the solution does not work for you, open a new bug report.