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Re: rasberry pi integration

Postby theduck » Sun Jan 29, 2017 3:48 pm

If I remember correctly you can move windows by pressing alt and then click and drag
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Re: rasberry pi integration

Postby LSXCutty » Sun Jan 29, 2017 4:15 pm

That worked thank you
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Re: rasberry pi integration

Postby LSXCutty » Wed Feb 08, 2017 12:52 pm

I'd like to hear how some of you are optimizing your boot ups. Right now its taking just over 60 seconds from power on until tuner studio is up and running. Any suggestions.
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Re: rasberry pi integration

Postby acedeuce802 » Wed Feb 08, 2017 2:33 pm

Are you on Raspbian Jessie? Run *systemd-analyze blame* (without the *'s) in terminal. This will show you how long each service took to boot. The longest boot times are obviously the ones you want to focus on. My longest service was hciuart.service, which is bluetooth related. I did not need this so I commanded *sudo systemctl disable hciuart*. You can look up the other services that add lots of time too boot, and figure out if you need them. Save a copy of your image before doing stuff you're not 100% confident in, in case you mess up something.

A lot of people have success with SamplerBox, but it didn't help so much for me, YMMV: http://www.samplerbox.org/article/fastbootrpi

Also make sure you're using a fast SD Card. I'm using a PNY 85 mb/s card. With that card, the above that I mentioned, it takes 15 seconds to boot to the LXDE desktop, then 7 seconds to have TunerStudio loaded. With this setup, I haven't yet got a TunerStudio Project loaded, but I can't imagine that would add more than 5-10 seconds. So in total about 30 seconds from power on to showing gauges.
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Re: rasberry pi integration

Postby remsperso » Wed Feb 08, 2017 2:55 pm

My RPi2 takes 35s to show values on gauges, connected to the MS.
I haven't optimized boot and I display a video during startup. Wifi is always activated because sometimes I share internet connection with my smartphone, to access the MS remotely.
https://youtu.be/IWfGvrZ6r3Q
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Re: rasberry pi integration

Postby ealltech » Wed Mar 01, 2017 12:45 am

The 2 last issues make me change my idea to work with a Pi : for me, a car monitoring has to boot and show GUI in less than 1 minute.
I'm now integrating a solution based on a Graperain https://www.graperain.com/ARM-Embedded- ... On-Module/
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Re: rasberry pi integration

Postby remsperso » Wed Mar 01, 2017 2:31 pm

What are these 2 issues?
35 seconds to have it fully operational is not correct?
And I have a Pi2, with a Pi3 (1.2GHz) Tunerstudio will be displaying MS data in less than 30s...
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Re: rasberry pi integration

Postby Axure » Sun Mar 12, 2017 11:31 pm

Hi there,

Would this Raspberry Pi be sufficient to run?

https://www.imsold.com/ad/A7xU5o1iAS/ga ... ack-eusoff
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Re: rasberry pi integration

Postby piledriver » Sat Mar 18, 2017 4:53 pm

Axure wrote:Hi there,

Would this Raspberry Pi be sufficient to run?

https://www.imsold.com/ad/A7xU5o1iAS/ga ... ack-eusoff


Yes, but dubious website requiring you to "download app to buy" and get the great price...
Sounds like a great way to pwn people with trojans and spyware, or worse.

I'd avoid it like the clap and only buy from a widely known reputable website.
The Pi3 has been out for awhile now and is only a little more, and is faster.
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Re: rasberry pi integration

Postby LeBaldii » Tue Apr 04, 2017 12:24 pm

https://youtu.be/qWu3ud6zsx8?t=1m19s

Here I have the fullscreen runing in about 35s... RPi3 using the lastest Jesse's Pixel Stock, only with more RAM to Video
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