gonzo12c wrote: ↑Tue Sep 11, 2018 2:53 pmHello ive just joined as i have a Raspberry Pi in the Nissan Elgrand i have bought. It all works pretty well for Kodi to watch films on the go however apart from that the rest of it is way over my head being used to PC`s and not having to do technical things to make other apps work.
Ive been reading blogs about the ability to use it as on board diagnostics through the OBD port and i thought this would be excellent however way beyond my skill level. Im hoping to learn some more about these and ultimately if i can get an OBD program on there i would be very happy.
This is the blog ive been looking at.
https://mtantawy.com/everything-you-nee ... ostic-tool
DirkS wrote: ↑Tue Sep 11, 2018 4:07 pmThat's the introduce yourself sticky...fruitoftheloom wrote: ↑Tue Sep 11, 2018 4:03 pmhttps://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/view ... f=63&t=319
Add Hawaii and the other 48 to that list. From the model he mentioned, I do not think he is in the States...more likely UK or AU or another...at least I hope so.
There is an old adage that you should drive like everyone else on ther road is crazy...because they just might be. Given some of the behavior I've seen on the road, I wouldn't care to bet that there aren't people watching movies while they drive.
gonzo12c wrote: ↑Wed Sep 12, 2018 6:35 pmHa hi folks yes im in the UK and no im not watching it whilst driving are you insane. My Elgrand is the deluxe top of the range version so only the 6 seats however my daughter does like to watch Moana when we are on a long drive. I can actually split the audio to have stereo in the front and she can watch the movies in the rear.
Anyway has anybody had an experience with the question or do i need to put it in a different sub-index?