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git stashthat and try your command again
git stashis the easiest most reversible way to say "stash away my local changes in case I want them later". there are other ways, like
git reset, but those aren't really any better for this task
git stash popwill pop it off the stack and re-apply it.
these bluetooth.service lines gave errors
systemctl status bluetooth.service # it's inactive sudo systemctl start bluetooth.service systemctl status bluetooth.service # it's active
@danimaniac @bdr1177 From yesterday: xDripAPS will still download from nightscout when available. I used the standard setup script to do mine. You'll need to setup xDrip+ (Android) to also upload to nightscout for when your bluetooth link is down, but everything runs as @scottleibrand first expected.
Home/work (no tethering): xDrip+ --> Nightscout, Rig <--> Nightscout
Out & about town (tethering, but still internet): xDrip+ --> Nightscout AND Rig, Rig -->Nightscout
Offline (tethering, but no cell service): xDrip+ -->Rig. Nightscout gets uploaded after the rig finds internet again.
This is on 5.0 dev, though. Sounds like someone found a problem with xDrip overwriting good values, though?
cd ~/myopenaps && sudo service cron stop && killall -g openaps ; killall -g oref0-pump-loop; openaps refresh-old-pumphistory && sudo service cron start
No, it's not designed to do this - it hasn't got an upload function. If any uploading happens it's from xDrip or the ns-upload functions that opens has.
@colinlennon @tim2000s @applehat I think you guys use xDripAPS offline rigs. Does xDripAPS ever retrieve data from an online NS instance? I was thinking xDripAPS only UPLOADS data to NS if and when the rig ever gains connectivity.
Help please :)
I keep getting the message «NOT ENACTED» in the Pill, even though there seems to be an analyses and a recommandation to adjust basal. It doens't feel like the Loop is doing the change.
How can I make it «ENACTED»?
Thanks in advance for your guidance & help.
oref0-autotune --dir=~/myopenaps --ns-host=https://<your host name..herokuapp.com --start-date=2017-06-25and put the start date you'd like once that has run the results will be at the bottom of your terminal screen. If it's the first time you've run this, use a day or so ago (not a long time in the past) just to see how things work.