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MCU1 car.key location

Discussion in 'Model S' started by Indrek, Aug 6, 2020.

  1. Indrek

    Indrek New Member

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    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 connection - i don´t want to unsolder the eMMC again :) I´m not that fluent in linux but is the command "ssh [email protected]" or some other IP a correct way to login/connect to MCU1 in linux terminal?

    Br,

    Indrek
     
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    /var/etc/openvpn
     
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  4. Indrek

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    Thanks for quick reply! But do you have any suggestions how (with what syntax) I can copy keys to that location via Linux terminal? And I understand that some say that it can be done via service port (white connector) but I cannot ping any IP-s via that. Though I can ping 192.168.90.102 via black connector which is for instrument cluster (IC) connection. Is 192.168.90.102 the IP of MCU?
     
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    You can go through from the IC. 101 is the ic MCU is 100. You can scp from there.
     

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