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Oct 2016
garykidd
@garykidd
Oct 16 2016 00:02
trying differnt appraoch...
how do you get this working exactly?
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Oct 16 2016 00:05
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I think I just skipped that
I tried brew install lsusb, but that didn't work, and I don't currently have a working lsusbon my mac
garykidd
@garykidd
Oct 16 2016 00:06
iMac:toFlash g$ ls /dev/cu.usbserial-*  
ls: /dev/cu.usbserial-*: No such file or directory
cant get damn screen workingnow
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Oct 16 2016 00:06
bad cable probably
garykidd
@garykidd
Oct 16 2016 00:07
but it was just working
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Oct 16 2016 00:07
yeah, cables get flaky before they fail hard
try reseating it, but if it keeps giving you trouble, swap it
garykidd
@garykidd
Oct 16 2016 00:07
yeah..gonna switch them around
just switched them
bingo...thx
Paul Martin
@Spazholio
Oct 16 2016 00:14
Gotta love layer 1 issues. =/
garykidd
@garykidd
Oct 16 2016 00:16
I still cant flash sh*t....the edison setup app works just fine....gotta think something is lacking in the instructions after 3 days of this.
Brandon Faloona
@bfaloona
Oct 16 2016 00:20
Should I use sudo ./flashall.sh ? Homebrew complains... Error: Running Homebrew as root is extremely dangerous. ...
garykidd
@garykidd
Oct 16 2016 00:21
brandon...i just proceeded...wonder if something else is wrong with this though...but I did have same error/warning message.
would be great if someone vey knowledgable could attempt to follow iMac instructions to flash jubilinux on edison....willing to bet they get errors as well...and if they don't...I almost don't want to know.
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Oct 16 2016 00:32
@bfaloona I thinking want to run that without sudo
And if that works you should probably update the wiki to specify that sudo is only applicable on Linux, not Mac.
Eric Jensen
@elnjensen
Oct 16 2016 00:34
@bfaloona @garykidd I flashed my Edison from my Mac, but didn't take detailed notes after the first few steps.... :frowning:
But my recollection is that I basically followed the steps on the mmeowlink wiki, which end up pointing here: https://software.intel.com/en-us/node/637974#manual-flash-process
So I used homebrew (which I already had installed) to install the necessary packages, then did ./flashall.sh.
I don't have notes of whether I needed sudo to do it, but that link would suggest not. (Doesn't seem like you should need it for that - just writing to the USB port.)
Paul Martin
@Spazholio
Oct 16 2016 01:13
I’m on a mac, and always used sudo ./flashall.sh and never got that warning. Methinks something is awry.
That error message doesn’t make a lot of sense to me either. You’re not running Homebrew as root, you’re invoking a tool that was installed via Homebrew as root. Very different scenarios.
diabeticgonewild
@diabeticgonewild
Oct 16 2016 01:25
@garykidd Edison flashing is MUCH less flaky on Windows
I mean if you could get a Windows 10 PC off of Amazon for $150 it probably would work.
I have a cheap Windows box that resembles a Mac mini in form factor that I got for $180
It's an ASUS VivoPC. I use it for school...
Brandon Faloona
@bfaloona
Oct 16 2016 01:27

Thanks @elnjensen @scottleibrand and @Spazholio .

I've made some progress, but it still reboots to Yocto, not Jubilinux.
I'm not using sudo (but might try it next)

baldwin:jubilinux brandon$ ./flashall.sh
Using U-Boot target: edison-blankcdc
Now waiting for dfu device 8087:0a99
Please plug and reboot the board
dfu-util: Device has DFU interface, but has no DFU functional descriptor
Flashing IFWI
Flashing U-Boot
Flashing U-Boot Environment
Flashing U-Boot Environment Backup
Rebooting to apply partition changes
Now waiting for dfu device 8087:0a99
dfu-util: Device has DFU interface, but has no DFU functional descriptor
Flashing boot partition (kernel)
Flashing rootfs, (it can take up to 10 minutes... Please be patient)
Rebooting
U-boot & Kernel System Flash Success...
Your board needs to reboot to complete the flashing procedure, please do not unplug it for 2 minutes.
The USB cable switch seems to have helped! :smile:
But the flash process never shows a 'progress bar' as the wiki indicates... and I'm still on Yocto.
diabeticgonewild
@diabeticgonewild
Oct 16 2016 01:31
Just FYI there's a solid set of videos on flashing to Ubilinux/jubilinux on YouTube. Just search for diabeticgonewild on YouTube. It's Windows only though.
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Oct 16 2016 01:31
@bfaloona does the Edison show up in Finder when you plug it in?
There's a lot of basic verification like that that those of us who've done this a lot do as second nature, but which would probably be worth adding to the wiki
Or even "did it make the 'you plugged in a USB device' noise"?
diabeticgonewild
@diabeticgonewild
Oct 16 2016 01:42
Kodi is AWESOME. Seriously, get an Amazon Fire TV (Gaming Edition is amazing) and load Kodi on it, then get a router that is configured to connect to a VPN—and connect the Fire TV to it.
Get every TV channel imaginable, plus sports all the time (hockey 24/7, including NHL, KHL-Russia, and European leagues), and can even get the latest CAM releases of movies currently in movie theaters!!!!! It's awesome!
Just use a VPN with it!!!!
They even have 4K and 3D versions of movies in Kodi!
Kodi gets you every TV channel imaginable
I'm usually bored, too. It's so much better than Hulu or Netflix.
diabeticgonewild
@diabeticgonewild
Oct 16 2016 01:48
That's what I have been doing since my surgery...also went to hockey practice today but didn't play. :(
And Canucks game starts in 8 minutes!!!!
Brandon Faloona
@bfaloona
Oct 16 2016 02:27
@scottleibrand Yes, 'Edison' shows up in the finder when I connect the OTG port to my Mac via USB. /dev/cu.usbmodem1423 and /dev/tty.usbmodem1423 also appear.
diabeticgonewild
@diabeticgonewild
Oct 16 2016 02:42
I spent literally 40+ hours trying to flash the Edison with Ubi/Jubi to no avail on the raspberry pi and on various versions of Linux.
I have heard that the Mac flashing is pretty flaky too.
I suggest installing Windows on your Mac via Bootcamp, and flashing that way.
I made a video of the Windows Ubi/Jubi flashing process because that was the ONLY reliable method that I was able to find.
Mind you, I am a senior electrical engineering student who has programming experience, and I worked in geek squad for almost 3 years troubleshooting devices and making recommendations for customers, along with performing services.
That should speak for itself that the flashing process for Ubi/Jubi on Edison IS very flaky.
Paul Martin
@Spazholio
Oct 16 2016 02:53
Another huge upvote for Kodi. I’ve got it running on a little HTPC, and it plays anything I ever throw at it flawlessly.
diabeticgonewild
@diabeticgonewild
Oct 16 2016 02:55
Yeah it can even be run on NON-jailbroken iPhones via loading the app using XCode to your iPhone. So, get an "unlimited plan" through TMobile or Cricket...and you're set!
Kodi runs on EVERYTHING—even Windows!
But if you are watching streams. I would configure a router for a VPN (that you pay for...) and have your device connect to it. Just to protect yourself.
On Mobile you can get a VPN app obviously.
Like seriously, thanks to Kodi, I have actually been able to entertain myself. And being on disability (it's not due to my diabetes—I have rare autoimmune neuropathies...) life is boring.
I SOMETIMES play video games, but not often. It requires too much concentration, engagement, and effort when you're not feeling well.
But regular TV, Hulu/Netflix/YouTube, etc., CANNOT compete with Kodi—at all. It's superior in basically every way possible.
diabeticgonewild
@diabeticgonewild
Oct 16 2016 03:01
These sites are good for getting started with Kodi: seo-michael.co.uk
But, if somebody CAN actually flash the Edison to Ubi/Jubi on a Mac, they should upload a tutorial video onto YouTube. There's a good open source screen recording app: https://seo-michael.co.uk/kap-open-source-screen-recording-app-for-macos-os-x/
Unfortunately my Windows PC has a processor that is INCOMPATIBLE for running a hackintosh, so I can't do it. Probably WILL be getting a Mac Mini off of Craigslist soon.
But saving up for other things first. Like Tandem t:slim x2 upgrade and a new hockey sled/sledge (I play sled hockey...a disabled sport...)
diabeticgonewild
@diabeticgonewild
Oct 16 2016 03:07
But my favorites other than the sports packages on Kodi are the SKY TV channels that come from the U.K. Particularly the movie channels. Like they have one that is dedicated to Disney movies which is pure awesome.
diabeticgonewild
@diabeticgonewild
Oct 16 2016 03:14
Well I guess I could probably load 32 bit OS X on my ASUS VivoPC. It's worth a try...
But yeah, to prevent my other 522 pump from breaking In the same way...I'm putting my 522 in a zippered flipbelt so that there is no way that the lead screw motor can protrude from the insulin pump casing, which is obviously dangerous.
diabeticgonewild
@diabeticgonewild
Oct 16 2016 03:20
I mean, the pump won't be able to break this way again, as it won't be exposed to external forces, such as from dropping the pump, which is obviously basically how my old pump ended up having this defect...
$30 is a ripoff for a flipbelt though. But they are VERY comfortable!
Matthias
@ceben80
Oct 16 2016 04:13
FlipBelt .... I can absolutely recommend this belt :tada:
diabeticgonewild
@diabeticgonewild
Oct 16 2016 04:23
Agreed. It stays in place on your waist and it's EXTREMELY comfortable and can be worn everyday. That's for sure.
Matthias
@ceben80
Oct 16 2016 08:34
@danamlewis @scottleibrand as you know I am running with the "new" loop, what needs to be done to activate pebble loop monitoring? How to choose the loop WatchFace :question: Thank you!
Sandra Keßler
@SandraK82
Oct 16 2016 14:18
succesful funding of the blueReader, more support is welcome: http://unendlichkeit.net/wordpress/?p=281&lang=en
elenavilla
@elenavilla
Oct 16 2016 14:29
I got my system to work yesterday for a bit, but it has a hard time receiving readings from the dexcom. I changed the cable and that didn't fix it. I wonder if the problem is in the receiver itself. Any idea where the problem could be?
Paul Martin
@Spazholio
Oct 16 2016 14:43
Screen Shot 2016-10-16 at 10.39.29 AM.png
Matthias
@ceben80
Oct 16 2016 14:44
Is the receiver fully charged due to high WiFi power consuming of the Rpi
Paul Martin
@Spazholio
Oct 16 2016 14:44
I’d love to know why OpenAPS quit setting a temp basal if anyone might have any ideas.
Matthias
@ceben80
Oct 16 2016 14:45
Did you investigate the logs @Spazholio
What is shown there?
Paul Martin
@Spazholio
Oct 16 2016 14:47
Actually, what I’d like to check is my basal rate on a minute-to-minute basis. Because while it doesn’t look like the icicles were working, it might have been setting a temp. I asked mostly because when I woke up, my pump had no temp basal for at least 30 mins. I assumed that was what the flat line up there indicated.
What do you mean with “what is shown there”?
Matthias
@ceben80
Oct 16 2016 14:49
Content of the log files
Paul Martin
@Spazholio
Oct 16 2016 14:49
Ah, from Mongo?
Or from my rig?
Matthias
@ceben80
Oct 16 2016 14:49
Openaps log
Did you already run the new oref0-setup loop?
Paul Martin
@Spazholio
Oct 16 2016 14:50
I haven’t touched my loop setup in many months.
So…no.
Matthias
@ceben80
Oct 16 2016 14:51
Setup < 1 h
Paul Martin
@Spazholio
Oct 16 2016 14:51
Uh huh. Heard THAT one before. =)
Matthias
@ceben80
Oct 16 2016 14:51
I setup 2 rigs....easy going
Descripted in rtd
Paul Martin
@Spazholio
Oct 16 2016 14:52
Link to a working step-by-step? I may give it another shot. I just don’t want to take down my rig, but seeing as how it’s not doing what it’s supposed to ANYWAY….
Matthias
@ceben80
Oct 16 2016 14:53
Really good documentation....openaps doc
Paul Martin
@Spazholio
Oct 16 2016 14:54
Got a specific link to start with? You’ll have to excuse me, my BG’s very high, and I’d prefer not to go hunting...
Good luck with your BG :wink:
Paul Martin
@Spazholio
Oct 16 2016 14:55
Oh, is the setup.sh method the official method now? Interesting.
The pumps working overtime and both shoulders are sore from injections. It’ll be fine. =)
Matthias
@ceben80
Oct 16 2016 14:55
It's great
As said built my last rig in < 1 h :+1:
Paul Martin
@Spazholio
Oct 16 2016 14:57
Eh, as long as I back up my working openaps dir, I should be able to go back in case things go ka-flooey.
Actually, I’m about to come into a sensor session, so that seems like a perfect time to re-jigger the rig...
Matthias
@ceben80
Oct 16 2016 14:59
I'm off....helping my wife in the kitchen, bye :wink:
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Oct 16 2016 15:44
@Spazholio also back up your crontab -l and clear it out to avoid any conflicts. You can have oref0-setup use a new loop dir and not touch your current one.
Paul Martin
@Spazholio
Oct 16 2016 16:17
Crontab’s backed up every minute already, so that’s taken care of. I’ll look at the script itself more in depth later on. But (just because I’ve been out of touch a bit as of late) is this the way that we’re likely progressing - a script to do all the scaffolding?
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Oct 16 2016 16:34
@elenavilla is your receiver close to fully charged?
@ceben80 lots of options for watch, but easiest is probably: https://github.com/mddub/urchin-cgm
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Oct 16 2016 16:42
@Spazholio yes, we've already moved all the manual crap out of the main workflow in the openaps docs, and are having everyone use oref0-setup.
Paul Martin
@Spazholio
Oct 16 2016 16:43
Gotcha. I’ll get caught up to the latest and greatest sometime today then.
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Oct 16 2016 16:44
Master is up to date w/ that. Manual flow is still there if you need it, but it's not the prominent method.
elenavilla
@elenavilla
Oct 16 2016 18:03
@danamlewis it has been charging by being connected to the raspberry pi, and the raspberry connected to the wall plug. Now it is fully connected.
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Oct 16 2016 18:05
Ok. Sometimes if receiver is half or so charged, it will prevent Pi from working because drawing too much power, so wanted to make sure that's not the issue
elenavilla
@elenavilla
Oct 16 2016 18:09
I wonder if I made a mistake at some point of the instructions now.
although it was pretty self-explanatory: I installed openaps, then oref0, entered my information, and run.
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Oct 16 2016 18:13
Has it ever worked?
elenavilla
@elenavilla
Oct 16 2016 18:14
@scottleibrand It worked 3 times, for no more than 10 min each time. Recognized BS values and started temporal basals. Then it stopped.
Then it tells me that the values of my CGM are too old and do not match the time of the system.
Should I have entered any more info about my dexcom receiver (such serial number)? Oref0 only asked me if it was a G4 or G5
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Oct 16 2016 18:21
If it's plugged in you don't need those.
elenavilla
@elenavilla
Oct 16 2016 18:21
ok
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Oct 16 2016 18:21
There is a cgm-loop.log file.
elenavilla
@elenavilla
Oct 16 2016 18:21
it is plugged in
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Oct 16 2016 18:22
Is the Dex showing a charging indicator?
And have you tried a different USB cable?
elenavilla
@elenavilla
Oct 16 2016 18:23
@scottleibrand It shows as charging. I've tried two usb cables, the last one is brand new.
pump://JSON/read_temp_basal/monitor/temp_basal.json
reporting monitor/temp_basal.json
Profile less than 60m old
temp_basal.json less than 5m old
pumphistory more than 5m old: Refreshed pumphistory
BG data is too old, or clock set incorrectly. Your CGM time is Sun Oct 16 2016 10:22:39 GMT-0700 (PDT) but your system time is Sun Oct 16 2016 11:21:52 GMT-0700 (PDT)
determine-basal://text/shell/enact/suggested.json
reporting enact/suggested.json
{"reason":"BG data is too old, or clock set incorrectly. Your CGM time is Sun Oct 16 2016 10:22:39 GMT-0700 (PDT) but your system time is Sun Oct 16 2016 11:21:52 GMT-0700 (PDT)"}
Settings less than 10m old
Pumphistory-24 less than 20m old
Completed pump-loop at Sun 16 Oct 11:21:53 PDT 2016
Paul Martin
@Spazholio
Oct 16 2016 18:37
@scottleibrand For this: http://openaps.readthedocs.io/en/latest/docs/walkthrough/phase-2/oref0-setup.html?highlight=Oref0-setup - it specifies using the dev branch. That still accurate, or should I pull master instead?
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Oct 16 2016 18:40
I haven't merged it yet.
Paul Martin
@Spazholio
Oct 16 2016 18:40
Ok.
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Oct 16 2016 18:41
@elenavilla check the CGM-loop
Paul Martin
@Spazholio
Oct 16 2016 18:51
Oh my god. So many separate log files! Where have I been?!
Paul Martin
@Spazholio
Oct 16 2016 19:01
If I edit my preferences.json manually, it won’t get overwritten, will it?
And does this new setup take advantage of cj20’s Edison battery voltage monitor?
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Oct 16 2016 19:15
@Spazholio under a rock? ;)
Correct re: edit preferences.json manually
Paul Martin
@Spazholio
Oct 16 2016 19:15
Oh, very much yes. It was cozy, but not much in the way of technological advancement.
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Oct 16 2016 19:16
And I would love if you fold in his battery voltage monitor ;)
Paul Martin
@Spazholio
Oct 16 2016 19:16
re preferences.json - cool. Last night, I had a helluva night, and I kept capping out my maxBasal.
I have to remember how the heck I had it working previously and I’ll take a stab at it. It’s nowhere in my crontab, so I’m going to have to dig through my old .ini files...
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Oct 16 2016 19:17
:+1: that is on my wish list/to do list but if anyone has a shorter to do list you'd make me a very happy camper to fold that in and PR it ;)
Matthias
@ceben80
Oct 16 2016 19:21
Sounds great @danamlewis :wink:
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Oct 16 2016 19:21
:clap:
Paul Martin
@Spazholio
Oct 16 2016 19:45
Ok, so my NS has chosen now to just…stop working. It’ll start, but it dies about 10-15s later. Does anyone know offhand if there’s a log file I can check? I have it started from a script, so if there’s no logfile, does anyone recall offhand how to run it from command-line/interactive mode?
Tim Street
@tim2000s
Oct 16 2016 20:51
@Spazholio - how full is your mongo database?
Paul Martin
@Spazholio
Oct 16 2016 20:52
I think the fullness is within acceptable limits? I’m not sure, honestly. However, I decided to just re-clone the git repo and start over, and it appears to be working mostly ok. Except I’m in the middle of a sensor calibration session, so I’m not 100% sure, but it’s at least running now.
It’s running 0.9.0. Is there a better, more feature-complete version I should be running?
PieterGit
@PieterGit
Oct 16 2016 20:56
double check: does the Intel Edison EDI2BB.AL.K (with spare breakout board) has the right Edison module on it?
Mike
@libxmike
Oct 16 2016 21:06
@PieterGit There are 2 major versions, the EDI2.LPON.AL.S is Low Power On-Board Antenna and the EDI2.SPON.AL.S is Standard Power On-Board Antenna. EDI2BB.AL.K looks like is using EDI2.SPON.AL.S which is used mostly for dev works, EDI2.LPON.AL.S for wearables.
PieterGit
@PieterGit
Oct 16 2016 21:07
So I need the Intel Edison EDI2.LPON.AL.S (S = Single, MP=Multi Pack (10) and not the EDI2BB.AL.K (with breakout board)
According to: https://communities.intel.com/message/252125#252125
On board antenna or off board (external) antenna (matches up with ON. or OF. part of the product number)
Wearable or not in the product description (matches up with the .LP or .SP part of the product number)
@libxmike : how do you know that the EDI2BB.AL.K has the EDI2.SPON.AL.S (standard power) on board?
Mike
@libxmike
Oct 16 2016 21:12
I dont know, just looks like, Intel is using EDI2.SPON.AL.S for most breakout/dev boards , Intel f-tards dont even bother to write what is what.
PieterGit
@PieterGit
Oct 16 2016 21:13
Found it! http://ark.intel.com/products/84573/Intel-Edison-Breakout-Board-Kit#@specifications\
'This module comes with a high-speed processor, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth Radios on board.'
So I think you're right I need the EDI2.LPON.AL.S and not the EDI2BB.AL.K (with breakout board)
Mike
@libxmike
Oct 16 2016 21:13
but also the major hardware difference may be xxON/xxOF, and LPxx/SPxx may be done by firmware, xxx.S/xxxMP does not mather
PieterGit
@PieterGit
Oct 16 2016 21:14
you mean that it's possible to turn a EDI2.SPON.AL.S into a EDI2.LPON.AL.S by a firmware update? Anybody has flashed the Intel Edison firmware who can confirm?
Mike
@libxmike
Oct 16 2016 21:16
I dont know, its just assumption because does not make any senns to produce two version just to reduce WiFi power, can be easy done with firmware
I'll be talking to intel at Electonica 2016 in Munich in November, then I'll know more
PieterGit
@PieterGit
Oct 16 2016 21:30
The EDI2.LPON.AL.S was not available at Mouser, so bought the breakout board. It's probably easy to downscale the wifi/bt
Mike
@libxmike
Oct 16 2016 21:32
I'll see if I can get a free Edison at Electronica 2016 :)
you are in NL, correct?
PieterGit
@PieterGit
Oct 16 2016 21:36
Yes I'm in NL. Stock: 0 (Factory Lead Time: 7 Weeks). I now have a PiZero, but because # IamNotWaiting start with Edison+Breakoutbord+TI-stick until Expansion Board comes
Mike
@libxmike
Oct 16 2016 21:37
click on Delivery Dates, 404 on 17.10.2016
I also habe few Pi Zero but with CareLink USB works just for few hours and then dead stick error, then reboot is necessary
PieterGit
@PieterGit
Oct 16 2016 21:42
Hmmm... Hadn't seen that, but I need a breakout board as well.
Prices: 21,72 € Breakout board
62,45 € Edsion + breakout board
53,57 € EDI2.LPON.AL.S
My PiZero has troubles with some kind of serial exception and found out that my HubPiWi has broken WiFi (networkconnections work for 30 seconds if WiFi is enabled).
Mike
@libxmike
Oct 16 2016 21:42
I was going to order EDI2.LPON.AL.S from Mouser to use later with Explorer Board but will wait for Electonica 2016 in Munich
Mike
@libxmike
Oct 16 2016 21:47
I've found a 4 post HUB that you can even use as a Pi Zero case, git few from Aliexpress, about 1.50EUR , I have just to solder the USB direct to the Zero board
2016-10-16 23.44.58.jpg
Mike
@libxmike
Oct 16 2016 21:57
Zero_HUB.jpg
and here Pi Zero in the USB HUB case
David Young
@wgs4
Oct 16 2016 22:14
what is the difference in the “wearable” and not wearable versions of the Edison?
Mike
@libxmike
Oct 16 2016 22:15
wearable produces less heat because less power to WiFi
EDI2.SPON.AL.S = not "wearable", EDI2.LPON.AL.S = "wearable"
David Young
@wgs4
Oct 16 2016 22:17
arg. I ordered the wrong one
well, winter is coming… its going to be cold.. maybe the extra warmth will be nice. lol
Mike
@libxmike
Oct 16 2016 22:17
"L" in EDI2.LPON.AL.S stands for Low Power
Winter is Coming!
David Young
@wgs4
Oct 16 2016 22:19
a Game of Thrones slip.
Mike
@libxmike
Oct 16 2016 22:20
of course, what else :)
about Edison EDI2.LPON.AL.S, it may be just software not hardware difference, dont know yet, I may now in November, will talk to Intel about the diff
David Young
@wgs4
Oct 16 2016 22:21
The SPON is $20 cheaper
Mike
@libxmike
Oct 16 2016 22:21
cant be
David Young
@wgs4
Oct 16 2016 22:22
Amazon has it
amazon prime
Mike
@libxmike
Oct 16 2016 22:22
price?
US?
$39 .. US
free shipping
Mike
@libxmike
Oct 16 2016 22:24
thats cheap, but i'm in EU
David Young
@wgs4
Oct 16 2016 22:24
I wonder if the L is worth the extra money?
Mike
@libxmike
Oct 16 2016 22:25
no idea
it has to be clarified by intel, will talk to Intel at Electronica 2016 in Munich
but you can google or ask Intel directly, I'll talked to Intel first in November
Paul Martin
@Spazholio
Oct 16 2016 22:31
So this is weird - my pump/OpenAPS pill isn’t updating. It’s worth noting, I just today re-set up the entire rig with the setup.sh method. Everything’s fine, and I’m not seeing errors in any of the logs, and my pump is setting temps just fine, but it’s not updating in NS. Any idea how to start tracking that down?
Mike
@libxmike
Oct 16 2016 22:33
@Spazholio sometimes I see Pump/OppenAPS pill first if I reload NS page
Paul Martin
@Spazholio
Oct 16 2016 22:33
Well, I’ve restarted NS and reloaded the page quite a bit. Still nothing populating in those pills...
Mike
@libxmike
Oct 16 2016 22:34
what you getting in tail -F /var/log/openaps/pump-loop.log ?
Paul Martin
@Spazholio
Oct 16 2016 22:36
No errors. I can paste it if you like, but it’s not erroring out. It’s setting temps on the pump itself just fine, it’s just that NS doesn’t seem to think so...
Mike
@libxmike
Oct 16 2016 22:36
openaps is pushing to NS
I did not figured out yet how and what
Paul Martin
@Spazholio
Oct 16 2016 23:06
Ok, this might be part of the issue?
Starting ns-loop at Sun Oct 16 19:05:02 EDT 2016:
ns://JSON/shell/cgm/ns-glucose.json
No JSON object could be decoded

Refreshed temptargets and meal-carbs
Uploaded
Getting LOTS of those in the ns-loop.log.
David
@david-t1
Oct 16 2016 23:29
Is this purchase workable for my future Explorer Edison rig? two adafruit 2000mAh batteries and a micro-charger. https://www.adafruit.com/products/2011 and https://www.adafruit.com/products/1304 Would I be better off with something different?