You need hardware to do that.
Fusion Brain, Phidgets, etc.
Does anyone know of car computer software that has a command line interface that i can use to communicate with a circuit board that will trigger actuators to open doors/hood/trunk etc.
Execute a command from command line to open driver door
i have to ask-- why do you want to do this from the command line? most carpc software is specifically focused at reducing driver distraction, and imo, using the comand line would go against that.
My OLD 2001 Mitsubishi Eclipse GT:
"The Project That Never Ended, until it did"
next project? subaru brz
windows command line?
again, "Fusion Brain, Phidgets, etc " all have this capability, so it doesnt matter which i purchase?
No doubt those (door) controls are paralleled with the manual switch?
(I know this is a redundant reply. Not that I know all....)
skins tied to command line code. Download the RR documentation and review the "skin commands.txt" sections on "RUN", "RUNW", "RUNQ", and "RUNQW".
Good luck with your project.
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i have 4 mjs usbio1's controlling various pumps and actuators. I believe that they can be controlled via command line. you should ask mitch... he's the main guy in charge of riderunner as well as the developer of the mjsio1's