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Marek
@CarnageMarkus
also we need to update them in sourcescode to use https protocol.
Lloyd Mosley
@bludevilx
Hello all. Have been running openaps for a while and I'm switching wife to a new phone. The Bluetooth tethering is still trying to connect to the previous phone even after removing old phone and pairing with new. I'm able to connect with new phone following the setup instructions using sudo bt-pan client command, but tries to connect to the old phone when we test it and leave the house. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
Lloyd Mosley
@bludevilx
Problem solved. Didn't notice the above issue was the same problem I was dealing with. Ran the fixes @CarnageMarkus went over and took care of my issue. Thanks for everything you all do!
Tom Boudreau
@TomBoudr_twitter
thanks @CarnageMarkus and glad it also helped you @bludevilx
Dave Cole
@Dave9111
I wanted to clone my daughters Edison rig and after some looking around and trying different things, I believe I have succeeded. The source Edison was from a proven Openaps setup that was done about two years ago and that she used for several months. The clone appears to be identical in every way. After a reboot, the cloned Edison can be seen trying to loop via the L command. The procedure was actually pretty simple after I found several things that didn't work. For whatever reason, Jubilinux cannot access the uSD card slot on the Intel Edison Arduino board that I used to transfer the block image. So I had to use a USB Stick drive to save the image file to. My daughter lives 3 hours from me, so when I visit her I will attempt to clone the Edison that she is actually using and then have her start using the clone to prove that this works 100%. We need a few backups. The link below describes how this was done.
http://dc9.com/openapsedisonclone/CloningEdisons.html
Milan
@milanlakhani
Just to raise an issue, I don't think OpenAPS can be installed with the Raspbian Bullseye OS, only Buster
Dave Cole
@Dave9111
@milanlakhani I tried to install OpenAPS last fall on a Raspberry Pi 4 with Buster and ran into several issues. Is there a "how to" for Buster someplace? I tried OpenAPS on Bullseye as well and then fell back to Buster. Does anyone have a hit list of what needs to be fixed or have PRs been submitted to fix these issues? I'm not a fan of how linux makes it difficult to maintain old software. Its crazy.
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Please install with dev branch
Macdebe
@Tobitobi12
@danamlewis I tried to to do the rerun setup with dev branch and got the same error "The unauthenticated git protocol on port 9418 is no longer supported."
Macdebe
@Tobitobi12
Any idea what to type in the Putty programm to solve this problem?
Macdebe
@Tobitobi12
?
Dave Acklam
@dcacklam
git protocol error is due to having to switch from git:// to https:// in the code
@Dave9111 I have pull requests submitted that work for bullseye
Also, I just got 64 bit working, the issue I was having is that '1-wire' dtparm was enabled on my rig
So given the PRs I have to the setup scripts, plus a Pi that does not have 1-wire enabled, you can build a working 64bit bullseye rig
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(see above screenshot. Working OpenAPS on Debian 11.3/aarch64)
Dave Acklam
@dcacklam
I now need to do a clean build from a new image to confirm (when I have time)...
Dave Acklam
@dcacklam
Have done clean install, openaps/oref0#1428 and openaps/oref0#1429 both work as intended (enable 64bit OS and bullseye in the install scripts)
Marek
@CarnageMarkus
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I have this weird issue that I get 100% disk due to all openaps logs beeing dumped into single file called openaps-date.log
I suppose there should be real date instead of literal date string, therefore old log files would rotate. Is this issue in current master, or could It be caused by my system somehow ?
refields
@refields
Hello, i am trying to rerun oref-setup to enable BT tethering and received a bunch of errors on update. Can anyone please help?
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Marek
@CarnageMarkus
@refields seems like you don't have internet connection, since it's not able to download anything ?
refields
@refields
@CarnageMarkus yes, this was the problem. Thank you.
refields
@refields
I've followed the bluetooth setup instructions, everything appearing to work fine during the bluetoothctl setup program, my iPhone shows as a paired device using the paired-devices function, I have 'trust'ed the device, I am able to establish a connection manually using the sudo bt-pan client AA:BB:CC:DD:EE:FF function; however Bluetooth does not start up automatically when I do not have Wifi. I tested this by walking out of range of my wifi network and also removing my wifi network from the wifi json file. Can anyone help me trouble shoot?
refields
@refields
hi all just following up on above. I can manually establish a BT connection just fine with the sudo bt-pan client AA:BB:CC:DD:EE:FF command. The loop runs great once there is a BT connection. The only problem is if I resent the rig or the BT connection is lost it will not re-establish the connection on its own. Ive gone through the readthedocs bluetooth tethering guide a few times and nothing seems to fix this. Does anyone have any thoughts or know of any troubleshooting guide? I was hoping to be able to get BT working on its own tomorrow since I am going on a retreat where I wont have any wifi for several days. Thanks so much for all the support
Dave Acklam
@dcacklam
@CarnageMarkus That doesnt sound like normal behavior.
@CarnageMarkus What device and OS (jubilinux, raspbian, jesse, buster, bullseye, etc) are you using?
@CarnageMarkus The Linux 'logrotate' utility handles rotating the OpenAPS logs and it doesnt work (or fail) like that.
capitalzee
@capitalzee
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capitalzee
@capitalzee

Trying to install OpenAPS on a fresh Pi/HAT rig.
It was complaining about the version of npm not being able to run on node.js v10.24.0, so i preinstalled node.js 12.9.1 before re-running the installer.
I was able to get to the OpenAPS setup questions, but it still was complaining about npm not supporting node.js 12.9.1.

Anyway, after answering the setup questions, it eventually errors here:
openaps_error.jpg

openaps_error1.jpg

I am not sure why it's failing.
I am just following the docs on the OpenAPS website, with a little bit of problem solving (to try and get a version of node.js that works with npm).

Is there anyone out there can help me try and get this up and running, my T1D partner would be over the moon.

capitalzee
@capitalzee

Trying to install OpenAPS on a fresh Pi/HAT rig.
It was complaining about the version of npm not being able to run on node.js v10.24.0, so i preinstalled node.js 12.9.1 before re-running the installer.
I was able to get to the OpenAPS setup questions, but it still was complaining about npm not supporting node.js 12.9.1.

Anyway, after answering the setup questions, it eventually errors here:
openaps_error.jpg

openaps_error1.jpg

I am not sure why it's failing.
I am just following the docs on the OpenAPS website, with a little bit of problem solving (to try and get a version of node.js that works with npm).

Is there anyone out there can help me try and get this up and running, my T1D partner would be over the moon.

SOLVED!!
I did have to update node.js to a 'supported' version, so as mentioned above I chose 12.9.1.

However, i also found this thread: openaps/oref0#1377
Which suggested uninstalling parsedatetime 2.6 and installing 2.5, this seemed to work.
This was mentioned to me previously in the Aussie looping group on FB, but i think node.js 10.24.0 still had an issue.

All working now.

theo13bis
@theo13bis
Hi, I got a full disk on an Edison rig, /root is 100%
I deleted some old and gz logs but it does not help.
The main chunk seams to be in /root/test_data directory, 1.4G
Inside there are many oref-meal... directories. A ls |wc -l returns 350k files/directories.
Can I trim this test_data directory? What inside is still needed?
Thank you
theo13bis
@theo13bis
removed everything older than 50 days.
I googled it and I couldn't find info on this directory: /root/test_data
If anyone knows what it is used for and why it's not cleaned up automatically please post here.
Thank you.
tzachi-dar
@tzachi-dar
@theo13bis any chance you are not using the latest openaps code?
theo13bis
@theo13bis
@tzachi-dar how do I find out?
theo13bis
@theo13bis
"your instance of oref0 [0.7.0,dev] is out-of-date by 1 commits"
tzachi-dar
@tzachi-dar
try git pull and see if it will solve the issue.
theo13bis
@theo13bis
is this /root/test_data directory used by opeanps or it's just some Linux "side effect"?
would it hurt if I trim it drastically? It looks ok with last 50 days, but it still has cca. 100k directories (oref0-meal2022... , oref0-calculate-iob2022-..., oref0-get-profile2022...)
tzachi-dar
@tzachi-dar
it is something used to debug new code. Can be deleted without thinking.
theo13bis
@theo13bis
thank you @tzachi-dar , is there a way to disable the creation of new directories under /root/test_data?
Mae-in-the-looop
@Mae-in-the-looop

Hello everyone,

in advance I apologize if I am not writing in the right place ... desperate message from a mother of a little DT1 of almost 3 YEARS

I am at objective 8 of androidaps and I have a big recurring problem: hypoglycemia linked to the basal which is excited.

Let me explain, when my daughter has a hypo the basal stops ok, I put a temporary basal hypo with a target higher than the initial, the problem is that as soon as she starts to go up (barely at 70 for example), the basal is excited and multiplies times by 3 its initial basal which puts my daughter in hypo...

Why ??? days and days that I try to find an answer to my question...

ArthurusDent
@ArthurusDent
@Mae-in-the-looop You are asking in the wrong place. OpenAPS and AndroidAPS are not the same. Please join this discord server and ask your question in #androidaps https://discord.gg/VVMdStnn
Mae-in-the-looop
@Mae-in-the-looop
Thank you, I'm trying to log in with no success... I feel like I could never find an answer to my question...
ArthurusDent
@ArthurusDent
@Mae-in-the-looop Ok, that's weird. The captcha isn't working correctly, it seems. Try going to https://discord.com/ and download a client for your operating system. Try to register in the app. Then try that link from before again. You might have to do all of that on a PC or Mac. No idea if mobile works.
tzachi-dar
@tzachi-dar
@theo13bis does this still happen after syncing to the latest code?