mark at webb-johnson.net
Mon Apr 2 08:34:26 HKT 2012
What we've been trying to setup is a global network of enthusiasts who can help each other out (primarily for installation and firmware update). This has been working out well, and we're slowly building up the list.
I'm trying to keep the contact list updated on the OVMS installation post at www.teslamotorsclub.com.
For Switzerland, Pierre Uhl has offered to help, and is busy helping install OVMS modules.
Regarding the 1.2.2 firmware, it is probably not worth going to the trouble of updating for you (and other end-users who don't have the PICKIT device for updating firmware themselves). The 1.2.2 firmware does fix one small bug, but we have a workaround at server-level for that so you will not even see it. The main purpose of 1.2.2 is to add support for v1.5 Tesla Roadsters.
I am planning the 1.3 firmware to include some nice new features (including charge and drive logging), but that will probably be a couple of months before it is ready.
On 1 Apr 2012, at 8:48 PM, felix bonnier wrote:
> hi mark,
> for us whom are less tech inclined, with first set of production modules on the current firmware. what do we do to flash our modules? please inform since I'm sure we're all quite interested in the upgrade
> felix b.
> PS:- THANKS for the great work and dedication to this project!!!!!!!!!!!
> Sent from my iPad somewhere in our beautiful universe.......
> On 31 Mar, 2012, at 13:25, Mark Webb-Johnson <mark at webb-johnson.net> wrote:
>> Car firmware 1.2.2 has been committed to github. Changes since 1.2.0 are:
>> 2012-03-30 1.2.2 End-User firmware 1.2.2
>> Issue #31: Performance mode bug fix and kludgy workaround
>> Issue #32: Bug in net_sms handling CARBITS feature #14
>> Tesla Roadster v1.5 tested compatible and supported
>> Issue #31 was a minor issue, affecting performance mode. It is a good fix to have in your cars.
>> Issue #32 brings support for 1.5 Tesla Roadsters (thanks to Tom for all his hard work on this).
>> I'd appreciate your help by flashing this to your car modules and let me know if you see any problems. We'll probably start shipping this as the standard firmware from sometime mid-to-late next week.
>> Thanks, Mark.
>> P.S. You can see the code changes with "git diff -r 478c3588d11aa4fd5f30359997fe16d2ee0d34b1 vehicle/OVMS.X/*.c vehicle/OVMS.X/*.h vehicle/OVMS.X/*.def". Really minimal, and the entire patch is only 151 lines.
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