Warning!: many things can be set with DDT4ALL, theoretically also nasty things that might damage the vehicle. Warning send!
it is said to work with this adapter: (at least for the ZOE the wirering needs to be modified?) (why so complicated Renault?)
but then it is very interesting what stats about battery can be read.
highly recommended to put this into a virtual machine to not mess up the host system.
also with KVM virt-manager excellent USB device-forwarding function, passing the usb-serial-odb-adapter to the kvm-vm “should just work” like a breeze 😀
# install the software says it depends on:
works with adapters (so far)
- ELM327 USB/BlueTooth/WiFi (Original one with PIC18F25K80, Chinese clone not working)
- ObdLink SX
depends on python 3.10, per default Debian 11 ships with 3.9 hostnamectl; Static hostname: odbddt4all Virtualization: kvm Operating System: Debian GNU/Linux 11 (bullseye) Kernel: Linux 5.10.0-21-amd64 Architecture: x86-64 su - root apt update apt upgrade apt install git apt install python3-pip ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'PyQt5.QtWebEngineWidgets' # correct error: pip install PyQt5 pip install PyQtWebEngine # correct error: ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'serial' pip install pyserial # quit root, become non-root default-user Ctrl+D git clone --recursive https://github.com/cedricp/ddt4all.git python3.9 /home/user/software/ddt4all/main.py
that’s not all?
as it is said that there is still a database missing.
anything but UNIX KISS
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