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Realizing that "binary data" in the log is just \n, stopping with the .zip stuff. The codes come from a commercial scanner, so I assume they are correct.
Indeed! See above post, I edited it twice :)
Reverted src/sim/* and everything compiles in Cygwin now. Did svn update but it's still getting NO DATA. Edit: Whoops ran obdgpslogger.exe instead of ./obdgpslogger.exe ... new seriallog now. Edit...
Zipped it up in case the browser decides to get creative with a .txt file that has binary contents. I did svn sync and rebuilt just now, then ran it.
Doesn't compile with Cygwin:
Uncommenting line 36 and commenting line 37 of \src\sim\simport.c makes the error go away.
Edit: Added screen shot of codes from my Lumina. I know for sure the...
Is there any reason no to log all possible columns at all times?
Sweet, thanks for all your hard work.
Here's a screen shot with the -p option for my 97 Lumina:
And my 98 Corvette:...
Oh snap, that's awesome!
Hooray I got data! Looks like cfsetispeed/cfsetospeed at least didn't break anything.
Looks like my car only supports a small subset of commands known to obdgpslogger:
1997 Chevrolet Lumina LS -...
Yep that fixed it. Next gcc proceeded to complain about cfsetspeed not being defined on line 280 of logger\obdserial.c . I replaced that call with one to cfsetispeed and another one to cfsetospeed,...
Looking through MSDN, it looks like XNA Game Studio supports the chatpad. Has anyone tried going down that route?
I ditched Ubuntu on my eeePC and put XP back on because Bluetooth was having horrible problems. Trying to compile under cygwin and get this:
Did I forget to install a package or something?
And there was much rejoicing! Thanks it works now.
I followed the thread on here for doing this exact thing but it's not working for me. This is on an Asus eeePC 900A with Easy Peasy distro upgraded to Ubuntu 9.04: