TeslaMate v1.23.4 released

This is a minor update to TeslaMate with improvements and bug fixes. The following dashboards had updates: Drive Details: Don’t round down duration Projected Range: Prevent division by zero Updates / States / Statistics: Use local browser time Charge Level: Simplify database query Timeline: Add new category Missing and some other adjustments Timeline: Fix missing

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Updating your Ubuntu VPS

Applying the latest operating system and security updates to your Ubuntu VPS is very simple. If possible, you’ll want to check for updates weekly. You should check at least once a month. There are just three simple commands that you have to run. The first command that you’ll run will download information about what updates

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Upgrading TeslaMate

Upgrading TeslaMate is very forward and involves the two steps (and one is optional if you are brave and don’t want a backup before you upgrade). Backing up your VPS (Optional, but recommended) Downloading and updating TeslaMate Backing up your VPS If you followed my tutorial on installing TeslaMate on a Vultr VPS the backup

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Installing TeslaMate on a Vultr VPS

In this article, I’m going to explain how to install TeslaMate (securely) on a Vultr VPS. If you are not familiar with TeslaMate, it allows you to gather all sorts of information and statistics about your Tesla vehicle(s). The biggest difference between TeslaMate and other cloud based applications is that you are in total control

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