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A small web app for Raspberry Pi with a controller area network (CAN) bus.

Project description

A small web app that displays sensor data and controls a small engine connected to the Raspberry Pi with a controller area network (CAN) bus.




  • Create a virtual environment virtualenv venv and activate it with source venv/bin/activate.
  • Install all dependencies with pip install -r requirements.txt.
  • Run python develop to install CANberry in your virtual environment.
  • Run canberry from the command line to start the web application. Try canberry -h for help on more options.

Updating the javascript components with:

  • Install npm with sudo apt-get install nodejs.
  • Install bower with sudo npm install -g bower.
  • Use bower install -S to install and update js dependencies like concise, ractive, jquery, flotcharts.

Configuration File

Create a configuration file .canrc with following content in your home directory:

interface = socketcan
channel = can0

identifier = 16

The identifier is the default target address.


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