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    MCU1 car.key location

    Hi, I managed to create new operation system but I think I put the car.keys to wrong location. I just copied them to partition 3 but I didn´t make any folder for them. I read somewhere that they need to be in subfolder /var? What is the exact location for them and how can I move them over LAN...
  2. Stream

    Info vinden in Tesla's open source Linux

    Hier op het forum is er maar weinig gepraat over de Github van Tesla, met name teslamotors/linux - onze auto's rijden wel op basis van dit OS, en... omdat het open source is, kun je best veel zien. Wat ik wel op het forum vond was een post uit 2018 waar deze email werd geciteerd: —————————...
  3. Brando

    Automotive Linux + Open Source Summit Japan

    Open Source Summit Japan + Automotive Linux Summit Speakers and Agenda Announced - Automotive Grade Linux I always try to encourage other to read original information for themselves. Minimize reliance on other views. As Elon say back to basic principals - which isn't so obvious when it comes to...
  4. Peteybabes

    Linux Kernel Update?? My @$$!

    Sorry to be crude, but seriously this update didn't seem to do much for the speed of the browser at all. (I will be doing another test to see if tesla waze can keep up with my maps...) The source of this message can be found here: Tesla starts pushing new Linux kernel update, hinting at...
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    Salvaged MS: no sim, no updates, no map, no service (looking for help)

    Gotten an early Tesla Model S in Ukraine. :eek: Its history is not known and previous owners are not available. So it is a total surprise everyday. External temperature is showed as 60*C (140 fahrenheits), heating is working weird, mobile app cannot be connected, climate cannot be controlled...
  6. linuxkidd

    Geeky: Tesla Build Status Monitoring script

    Ok, so... like many who are waiting for their build.. I have been heavily abusing the refresh button on the build status page. I thought it may be nice to have a script to do this for me.. So, I wrote one. Geeky stuff below I'm a linux geek (as may be obvious by my username), so I wrote this...
  7. W.Petefish

    Security from the frontlines... (OR How to Hack A Model S talk at DEFCON)

    There is slated to be an interesting talk at DEFCON this year. Supposedly there are going to be 6 exploits revealed at DEFCON. (with only one of them having been patched) I will be going there for the talk and other fun with friends. If y'all show up, look for me and some of the crew... I...
  8. Babylonfive

    MODEL S EXPERIMENT: Plug in a USB wifi adapter in the usb socket,?

    This might be an interesting experiment - plug in a USB wifi adapter, then reset the dash computer? You could compare a network speed web site response before and after? I ask because some linuxes come with all the autodetecting drivers built-in, and it might just work off the rack... you'd...

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