Open Source Security Tool to Find Security Vulnerabilities in Modern Cars.
Tested on the following raspbian images using a pi3b+
run the install.sh script (requires sudo) to automatically install everything, and then reboot.
The install script will do the following:
- Copy the 4 mcp2515-canx.dtbo files to /boot/overlays
sudo mkdir /boot/overlays/bak
sudo cp /boot/overlays/mcp2515* /boot/overlays/bak
sudo cp ./dtbo/*.dtbo /boot/overlays
- copy config.txt to /boot/config.txt (make a backup of original /boot/config.txt just incase)
sudo cp /boot/config.txt /boot/config.txt.bak
sudo cp config.txt /boot/config.txt
Before using 4can, make sure that the socketcan kernel module is loaded with
sudo modprobe can_dev. This shouldn't be necessary since the pi will load the correct kernel module based on the device tree, but it doesn't hurt to check.
Once installed, run the 4can.sh to bring up CAN interfaces
wire up the can interfaces and do
candump -acc anyto check they are working. note: requires can-utils to install
sudo apt install can-utils
Note: Sometimes interfaces come up out of order, reboot the pi and that should fix it. If not, you might have to modify /boot/config.txt.
The 4can uses a number of GPIO on the raspberry pi. The GPIO pins available for use are
3, 5, 8, 10, 27, 28, 32, 36(physical pin numbering)
All the ground pins are tied together and can should be used as ground connections. The 3.3v, and 5v pins can be used to supply voltage as well.
Consult the schematic for more details.
Remember to connect the external CAN ground to the 4can ground (the "C" connection on the screw terminal). This will ensure good ground integrity and minimize tx/rx errors.
For even more aesthetics, the resistor color code can be used to assign colors to signals. For example, in the image above:When using the 4can with the HyenaPlate, the CAN wires can be routed underneath the pi and connected to the breadboard. This is mainly for aesthetics, but other benefits include not having to constantly screw/unscrew the screw terminals to make new connections, easier troubleshooting, and more stable connections.
Credit and License
The 4can was inspired by and is loosely based on the IndustrialBerry QUAD CAN BUS adapter for Raspberry CanBerry. Although we modified the design to suit our needs, we must give credit to the fantastic work done by IndustrialBerry. The 4CAN, as well as the IndustrialBerry are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike license.
Credit must also be given to George Tarnovsky, for schematic, layout, assembly, and verification!