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these are the instructions I followed: sudo pip install git+git://github.com/bewest/Adafruit_Python_BluefruitLE.git'#wip/bewest/custom-gatt-profile'
sudo pip install git+git://github.com/bewest/openxshareble.git
openaps vendor add openxshareble
Then set up cgm device this way:
openaps device add cgm openxshareble
openaps use cgm list_dexcom
What did I do wrong here? (Dexcom G5 receiver connected through USB)
vendor = openaps.vendors.dexcom
extra = cgm.ini
device = cgm
threshold = 100
use = oref0_glucose
hours = 2.0
reporter = JSON
no_raw = True
use = rezone
reporter = JSON
astimezone = False
date = dateString display_time
adjust = missing
input = raw-cgm/glucose-raw.json
device = tz
Getting this error
monitor/glucose.json raised can't open 'raw-cgm/glucose-raw.json': [Errno 2] No such file or directory: 'raw-cgm/glucose-raw.json'
openaps report invoke raw-cgm/glucose-raw.jsonwork?
openxshareblethat lets you get Dexcom values off G4 with Share receiver. I’m not sure if anyone does it with an RPi3 with the built in BT though. I think @Spazholio tried it once and had mixed results
@jasoncalabrese I was going through your openxshareble scratchpad and encountered issues with this line...
openaps report add monitor/cal.json JSON cgm nightscout_calibrations 1
I don't think there's a nightscout_calibrations option available... do I need a particular branch of openxshareble to do this use option?
oref0_glucoseglucose report also fails without the most current version of openaps#dev
MORE EVERY UNL TLK TXT 10GB
bluetoothdand that it’s running with the
—experimentalflag? All that good stuff?
Are most of you selling your insurance-provided pump (with firmware that is too new)?
I know I'm never going back to not looping so my insurance-provided pump (with brand new firmware) is pretty much useless to me. But it's a basically brand new 723. I'd like to sell it and buy a backup 722 (ver 2.4A).
The insurance company can't ask for it back can they? I know that after two years (once it's off warranty) I own it, but now it technically belongs to them, right?