Edit: I found in Docker the bluez-lib and they run well but work in that conteiner is laborious (I have to use transfer.sh website to transfer files). Where can I found the Makefile to compile bluez-lib in the LEDE Configurator in order to use it in Ubuntu too?
My plan is to use the CAN bus shield and do all of my control through the Omega. Since I can't connect to the Bluetooth I'm thinking I'm going to use the WiFi and a cellular connection to control it. Someone published the GMLAN Bible which has a comprehensive list of controls and codes for GM cars. I'm going to be installing this in my new Pontiac G8. I'm pretty stoked.
hi, looks interesting. I read that there is a new version coming but there was no date on that notice so my question is, do you have a new version coming or is this current board the new version you mentioned? thanks.
Essentially a Linux environment is required, but of more importance are the dependencies. These are mostly Python packages. We’ve tested Snoopy on Kali 1.x, and Ubuntu 12.04 LTS. We managed to get it working on Maemo (N900) too. We’re investigating getting it running on OpenWRT/ddWRT. Please let us know if you have success.
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