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Hens Baltesen
Hens Baltesen 1 hour ago
Your mousetrap is connected to the internet. Your mouse is probably dead. For this to work unattended you still have to figure out if there's still beet in the trap. There's no one-to-one relationship between beet present and trap open. You still would need to check beet by hand.
My mouse is connected to the Wide Area Network !
Patrick Keane
Patrick Keane 3 hours ago
Hi Re Jerry Post's comment regarding not being able to access ESP-AP I have exactly the same problem. Scenario:- Software V1.1 My home lan switched OFF,  OR esp software  Home lan credentials not entered, (as downloaded). Power up ESP Weather with button pressed,  ESP starts ESP AP, I can connect to it with my mobile, it displays ESP setup webpages all OK. My home lane switched ON AND home lan credentials entered Power up ESP weather with button pressed ESP weather makes immediate connection to home lan and does NOT attempt to start ESP AP. Serial ouput same as Jerry's! This is repeatible. regards Patrick  
ESP32 Weather Station (180468)
Jerry Post
Jerry Post 5 hours ago
Goodmorning, I made the printsreen see below. The IP adress is known, so there is a connection to the network, but I cannot reach it, only with a PING session. The respons to this is very slow. I have also tried to put it on a different wifi network so you can see in de screen output. But that doesn't matter on the connection. Regrads  Jerry
ESP32 Weather Station (180468)
Thomas Beck
Thomas Beck 14 hours ago
Hello Andrew, the source code is written in C. The original author of the OBD2 Analyser NG released the AT90CAN128 firmware C source code with the restriction 'for non-commercial private use only'. Since HHGui uses parts of this firmware inside, HHGui is released with the same restriction. Due to missing demand and because Diamex has removed the firmware source code from the companies homepage long ago, the v1.3.0 firmware release was the last release for which I have provided full source code. To ease development for the many systems (Arduino, Pi, Windows, Ubuntu) that are supported in the meantime, AGV/DXM/OBD2 stuff and all menus are provided in a C-library in hhgui320_dev.zip (for the Pi, this is libhhgui_pi.a) which is not documented for the user. To use the Pi-OBD module (at least at the moment, the DXM module is not available), the HHGui software is not necessarily needed. The module can be controlled via any terminal software. The text commands it understands are given in its documentation. Of course, an experienced developer could replace the HHGui GUI/LCD interface with another interface that can remotely be controlled. The GUI/LCD interface is completely available in the released sources. However, a much simpler solution is to use VNC. Start vncserver on the Pi. Start a VNC client on a PC/notebook, connect to the PI (wireless or Ethernet cable) and the PI can be remotely controlled from the PC. Then start HHGui and the display of HHGui will show up on the PC and can be controlled with either the PC's mouse or keyboard or both.
OBD2 for Raspberry Pi
andrew barker
andrew barker 1 day ago
Nice project Thomas, It's at limit of my knowledge but I'm considering trying it for fun and having recently discovered my old Audi A3 uses ISO9141. I'm renovating and trying to get her started. I have a RaspberryPi and OBD cable, so a couple of questions: 1. is you code python and opensource? 2. So if I bought the OBD Pi Hat and DMX OBD module would I be able to re-program to skip the LCD i.e. use wifi to SSH into the pi to get output? Many thanks for any guidance. AB    
OBD2 for Raspberry Pi