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DBaec
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Configuring EG20T Controller Hub CAN channel for Custom Clock Rate

According to the Intel Platform Controller Hub EG20T CAN Driver for Widows Programmer's Guide Feb. 2011 Doc # 324255-002US, the IOCTL_CAN_CUSTOM is used to set the CAN custom clock rate. But the example i section 5.3.3 has all of the parameters to the IOCTL_CAN_CUSTOM as either NULL or zero.

How do you configure the EG20T CAN channel for a custom clock rate?

What parameters are needed and how are they passed in the IOCTL_CAN_CUSTOM function?

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FMcNu1
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DBaec
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I would like to use e-Help and have applied for a Priveldege Account, but it is pending and unfortunately takes 10 business days to approve. Apprently Intel is not working too hard to help customers.

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