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    n2k
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    USB diagnostics scan tool ?

    Anyone know of anything similar but with linux software ?

    http://www.gendan.co.uk/viewproduct.php?product=TMISO


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    To my knowledge there is no GUI based OBD tools for Linux available.

    Freediag has been threatening a GUI interface for a time but I don't think it is ready yet.

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    do you know of any console tools ?

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    winex

    not somthing I have looked into yet but I wonder if wineX/cedega would pull the job off...

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    Sorry for steeling your time, I'm new at this forum and I totally missed the OBD-II forum ;(

    there is alot of information about this there...

    here is one link for ex.
    http://www.scantool.net/software/sca...thirdpartysoft

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