[Tutorial] In-Car Raspberry with Wifi Access point - DWA-121


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by Xela95 » Mon Jan 20, 2014 7:38 am
You're a boss!!!! You saved me!!! :D :D :D
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by mikebzh44 » Thu Mar 27, 2014 12:22 pm
stephanecodo wrote:Pictures from the installation in my car:
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Official XBMC iPad app together with Raspbmc in my Renault Espace:
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Very interesting tuto. I think that some owners of the New C4 Picasso can be interested by it.

But, sadly, your pictures are not availables anymore.

Can you fix that ?

Thanks.
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by stephanecodo » Thu Mar 27, 2014 3:09 pm
Sorry about this! Quickly fixed... One picture is duplicated, I am looking for the right one and will update it. Thanks!
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by stephanecodo » Thu Mar 27, 2014 3:16 pm
Fixed broken pictures!
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by mikebzh44 » Thu Mar 27, 2014 3:23 pm
Great ! Thanks !

Super ! Merci ! Je fais de la pub pour ton tuto sur le forum Citroën :

http://www.planete-citroen.com/forum/sh ... ost2395382
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by kupypupy » Sun Feb 01, 2015 10:23 pm
This tutorial is fantastic! Exactly what I was trying to do.

One issue I have not resolved is power-down. If I unplug my Raspbmc it complains that it was not shut down properly. I could setup some small battery and detect the car's power down and trigger a shutdown, but I wonder if anyone has solved this already?
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by 1080p_at_35b » Tue Jul 12, 2016 5:15 pm
kupypupy wrote:This tutorial is fantastic! Exactly what I was trying to do.

One issue I have not resolved is power-down. If I unplug my Raspbmc it complains that it was not shut down properly.


For me, this project isn't overly legitimate without answering that question. That wording may sound more critical than I mean it to. But what I really mean is I'm very interested in putting a raspi into my car, but see the need to manage the power and/or corruption of the SD card issues as paramount.

That said, I don't have kids. I can imagine that keeping the kids happy, perhaps even quiet, on a long trip in a people mover like yours, could be very valuable and remembering to shut the Pi down manually every so often, isn't a huge issue on long trips. Shorter-trip city driving, a different story :)
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