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@InsipidMonkey - Don't forget to purge all the leftover conf files as well:

Code:
apt-get purge libescortmax-360 libescortmax-360-lockupfix1 libescortmax-360-lockupfixfinal libescortmax-360-lockupfixfinalfix2.7b libuniden-kntchfltr libuniden-r_ant_sns libqtrde libbatman

And remove the Cedar Excuses directory. Those occupy a ton of space.
Code:
$ du -sh /var/log/excuses
13G    /var/log/excuses

To remove all the leftover b*** ***t:
Code:
rm -rf /var/log/excuses

Finally, remove the unneeded users and their home directories from your system:
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userdel -r escort && userdel -r cedar && userdel -r snooper && userdel -r cobra
 

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Hopfully it's BSM LOL and not BSM Loli. :shifty:
I'm still trying to figure out tm and tux
Free Amazon Prime subscription ;)
TM - time?
Tux - see posts 13 & 17
 

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TM - time?
Tux - see posts 13 & 17
Thanks!
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Great so I can customize this thing via command line...? finally, something to get excited about...
 

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So a game changing new detector with better BSM filtering, real DSP, arrows, never before seen features, and should be shown at SEMA? I fly out to the show in two weeks, but I want to go ahead and charge up my camera batteries and start packing. :D
 

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Floor map......don't know if there are any clues to be had but.

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bsm lol lib. . .

Does it have an updatable "blind spot monitor library" of various vehicle bsm signatures (like the shifters that use look-up tables to identify specific lidar guns) then filter out these specific bsm signatures?
 

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TM - time?
Tux - see posts 13 & 17

It sez KickA$$ TM, might TM mean Trade Mark as in it is going to have a killer new name that is trade marked??!!
 

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So a game changing new detector with better BSM filtering, real DSP, arrows, never before seen features, and should be shown at SEMA? I fly out to the show in two weeks, but I want to go ahead and charge up my camera batteries and start packing. :D
Two weeks?
Sure...... ;)
 

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While I was taking a trip I had this cool idea written out about how Radenso would release a SDR-like antenna which was used to feed a smart phone via USB-C for signal processing. The whole idea is the phone is your source for databases, digital signal processing, GPS functionality, firmware updates to the app and attenna(s), for sending logs to the mother-ship, and where you can add features to the app.

So, somewhat like the V1 you would have an API that would allow you to expand upon the open sandbox section of the app. Speaking of that, you could essentially have JBV1 features for a hardware platform that as a foundation is like nothing we have used in terms of the "DRESS code" for RDs. So rather than have our awesome developers spend time creating features which make our RDs more tolerable because manufacturers are behind where they should be, they can do more with crowd sourcing and other neat ideas!

The app would run very reliably on IOS or Android, and the not so cheap price tag will come in the investment of a proper smart phone that meets the required specs - as in has USB-C and is running minimum versions of each OS. The antenna itself would not be cheap, but less than $1000. Despite being a SDR-like unit having SOME pricey components, the software is what you're really investing in.. and paying back all the RD & engineering labor. So for those with a more modern phone you're not hit too hard; when you purchase the antenna they provide a license for the app.

So long as the antenna can scan the spectrum(s) of interest in the manner desired the system itself would remain very future proof given the state of smart phones. It would become a very sustainable system that could potentially reach a lot of people if made very easy to use; I assume they got the BSM filtering and range dialed in. Keeping the system current wouldn't even be talked about with it connected via wire over USB-C, and interfacing with a phone that is almost always connected to an internet source. Downloads could be set to only occur on wifi which are then stored to your phone and automatically pushed to the antenna upon a connection if you're still operating in 2005.

I was really running with this idea earlier on my own.... I could even see clever mounts for your phone and whatnot being released. I don't think that's quite it though because I think relying on a smart phone really tickles Murphy's Law for some attention. I think they can basically achieve the above with very flexible hardware that has processing power to at least remain usable for 5+ years... a very easy update process, and an API! Who knows, maybe they have developed hardware/software/a total system that makes relying on our phone so damn easy it's like placing it on the table, despite being connected via cable.

I don't know where I am right now and couldn't tell you what the hell is coming from Radenso ;) but it's the most exciting time in this industry that I've been a part of. Maybe we'll not be as excited once we see what's coming, but at least we have a timeline with hints directly from the manufacturer! Bravo!

Seriously, someone pass the Kool-Aid I have dry mouth and can't get enough of this until SEMA is here. Wait... I just thought of another idea... if your RD doesn't false you sure as shit don't need to be tapping the screen to report a LEO on any band... you. could... just let the RD do all the work and know that the CSA's and any alerts are 99.98% likely an actual LEO or speed cam. Someone else was trying that, and then they invented lockups which made all the K band falses go away. It made all the bad noises go away.
 
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