Unofficial RUSEFI DASH

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nimbleswitch
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Re: Unofficial RUSEFI DASH

Post by nimbleswitch »

Are you sure you're restoring the full image with both partitions to the SD card? How much RAM does your Pi have? I have the 1GB version. I doubt it would make a difference, but it might and RAM size is the only hardware variation I know of with the Pi4
Nareon
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Re: Unofficial RUSEFI DASH

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updates: i had a spare 2gb version not 4gb, and the spare booted right up, maybe you need to edit the config since its meant to be used with the 7in touch screen? idk

odd, let me try with a spare pi4(2gb), it shipped with a 2gb version(https://techinfodepot.shoutwiki.com/wiki/RPF_Raspberry_Pi_4_Model_B_2GB)
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testing it now give me a bit
nimbleswitch
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Re: Unofficial RUSEFI DASH

Post by nimbleswitch »

I do have the official 7inch touch screen connected to mine as well so that may also explain why mine works, good theory.

Also FYI for anyone following this thread, I don't think any of the dash screens will display any values without a proper license key file even if it receives valid CAN data. If you press the "Restart Daemon" button on the network screen you can see the output on the left complaining about invalid license, it's probably locked to only work on the original Pi the dash shipped with.
Steve-F
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Re: Unofficial RUSEFI DASH

Post by Steve-F »

I have been thinking about trying to roll my own for a while.

Someone has a fork of the newer repo, and they seem to be building on the Pi, and just commenting out the licence request.

https://github.com/trackandtide/PowerTuneDigitalOfficialTNT/commits/main/

Some notes on the wiki for it which could be useful.
https://github.com/trackandtide/PowerTuneDigitalOfficialTNT/wiki

It looks like a .lic file is created after running the private binary.

I'd be curious to see what the contents of those were on the original dash, and then one where it was cloned and not working.

process->start("/home/pi/licencerequest");
process->waitForFinished(100); // 10 minutes time before timeout
QString path = "/home/pi/Licrequest.lic";
Omc
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Re: Unofficial RUSEFI DASH

Post by Omc »

I use the recovery button on easus and recover the .pbd file directly onto the fresh sd card. I obtain a folder (f), inside there is an overlay folder and a system volume info folder and several other files. I also tried to import the .pbd file on my PC then only transfer the overlay folder and the boot files, at this point it seems to communicate but I got a black screen with kernel panic messages.. probably due to the screen size as mentioned earlier! Also as mentioned each Pt copy uses a license code specific to the rpi sent by Pt but it must be possible to bypass this by giving a command once entered into the os
Omc
Nareon
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Re: Unofficial RUSEFI DASH

Post by Nareon »

Steve-F wrote:
Thu Mar 14, 2024 4:15 pm
I have been thinking about trying to roll my own for a while.

Someone has a fork of the newer repo, and they seem to be building on the Pi, and just commenting out the licence request.

https://github.com/trackandtide/PowerTuneDigitalOfficialTNT/commits/main/

Some notes on the wiki for it which could be useful.
https://github.com/trackandtide/PowerTuneDigitalOfficialTNT/wiki

It looks like a .lic file is created after running the private binary.

I'd be curious to see what the contents of those were on the original dash, and then one where it was cloned and not working.

process->start("/home/pi/licencerequest");
process->waitForFinished(100); // 10 minutes time before timeout
QString path = "/home/pi/Licrequest.lic";
well the backup i made, pulled all the data from the sdcard, so the stuff youre looking for should be inside it. i dont know enough about how a pi is setup/works, ik my way around linux just not a pi's version of it
pasiakka
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Re: Unofficial RUSEFI DASH

Post by pasiakka »

Does anyone have an .IMG file ready to share? No matter what I try I can not get my Ubuntu to compile an image :evil:
NickZ
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Re: Unofficial RUSEFI DASH

Post by NickZ »

pasiakka wrote:
Mon May 13, 2024 10:59 pm
Does anyone have an .IMG file ready to share? No matter what I try I can not get my Ubuntu to compile an image :evil:
I'm at the same point, I can't get it to compile either.
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