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@ejoe132 autotune runs nightly just after midnight. If you enabled it during the setup script (answered yes to autotune), the script added a line in your crontab for it to run every night at midnight.
With autotune enabled, OpenAPS is using the autotuned profile as your profile for the day. So just keep that in mind. Changing basal rate in pump (if you have a sudden need for different basal rate or you disagree with the autotune profile) won't really do anything because it is going to use the autotune profile. You would need to turn off autotune if you want to manually overhaul your basals different than what autotune suggested.
cat-autotunewill show you the new profile for the day. http://openaps.readthedocs.io/en/latest/docs/walkthrough/phase-1/add-alias.html
cd ~/myopenaps/autotune && cat autotune_recommendations.log
alias@ejoe132 you just would need to type the phrase just after the alias. So
autosens-loop(if you've gone through the steps outlined in order to setup the alias in the first place)
iptables -A INPUT -p tcp -m tcp --dport 22 -m limit --limit 1/min -j ACCEPT
allow-hotplug bnep0 iface bnep0 inet dhcp
bt-device --info $PHONES_BT_MAC_ADDRESS | grep -q NAP
NOTE: For European/WorldWide users who have access to a DANAR insulin pump, you may be able to use AndroidAPS, which leverages OpenAPS’s oref0 algorithm but allows you to interface using an Android phone and Bluetooth to communicate directly with the DANAR pump. See here for instructions and details related to AndroidAPS.
things I will eventually realize when my explorer gets here in a day or two