Kodi op Raspbian

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  • #115392

    peetereczek
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    Hello,

    Something bad happened to forum? I see there is lack of posts and our discussion about issues in Audi A3 facelift dissapeared…

    Jeroen did you find some time to investigate logs from my car? How can I fix CAN issues?

    Best regards,
    Piotr

    #115397

    Janssuuh
    Sleutelbeheerder

    Hi Piotr,

    Yes, actually I tried to backup the website which somehow corrupted the database… couldn’t restore latest backup either, so finally my hosting provider helped te restore a 2 weeks old backup :-S

    I did make some changes to the function which determines car model / year based on can message (and prints it on settings page).
    This is what caused some issues in the previous (test) version.
    I’ll try to package this version this week.
    It should now send FIS messages to the ID which is also is used by your carkit.
    Probably not solving all issues, but should provide some new details in the log.

    Best regards,
    Jeroen

    #115738

    Corrado
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    Hi Jeroen,

    after the Dynamic Coolant Update, my Coolant shows only 0

    Did i have to change something in the new coolant file?

    btw my log 🙂

    http://minecraftbros.de/log_2_2.txt

    #118012

    Janssuuh
    Sleutelbeheerder

    Hi Piotr,

    I got your latest can-dump, thanks for that!
    I’ve read you disconnect can-bus from your Raspberry because of the FIS flickering.

    Actually in the latest Version (44) the script will listen to can-id 65F, which carries your Audi’s model and year.
    I add an image of what the script (snippet) would do in your case;

    Script

    So it says ‘8P5’ year of build ‘2013’. This would make the script write FIS messages to 667 and 66B (like your carkit does).
    If you disconnect the raspberry from the bus, it would not ‘hear’ the 65F message and picks it’s defaults (265 / 267).
    This seems to be what has happend in your log…
    (I need to examen your log a bit further to actually see how your carkit behaves.)

    ModelYear

    Then the Development pages;
    I picked 2×6 Id’s which seem to be used a lot in your dumps. These I’d wil show up ‘live’ as soon as they are received.
    Now the first received messages will be printed in the more grey color. As soon as a message is received on the same Id, with different bytes, those bytes will turn red.
    It’s going to be really hard to actually find out what this all means, but it’s for example how I found out where my speed signal is sent (Just because it only starts changing when you start moving! Also you could check these measures when you open doors, move forward / backward, filled up the gas, turning on / off anything…

    ModelYear
    ModelYear
    ModelYear
    ModelYear

    Of course, this will only work with connected can-bus.

    Kind regards,
    Jeroen

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