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Sep 2018
ideeagit
@ideeagit
Sep 02 2018 09:32
Hi, I have a short question. I already made a time ago the setup script on my edison but didnt further optimised the settings and preferences because i stopped and waited for a dexcom. Now I want to start from the beginning and change the setup script to the Dexcom CGM option. Do i have to care for something before i just run the script new? Or is it better just to rerun the setup script... and after that set the preferences etc.
ideeagit
@ideeagit
Sep 02 2018 11:44
I started the setup script fresh. Now it tells me "Couldn´t pull the latest decocare 0.1.0-dev. So the next step where it asks if i want to setup a cron does not come...
ideeagit
@ideeagit
Sep 02 2018 11:56
Ahh it was just internet connectivity problem.
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Sep 02 2018 15:20
@ideagit yup - to change something like CGM or pump, just run setup again. Sounds like you're sorted now :+1:
ideeagit
@ideeagit
Sep 02 2018 16:06
Yes, it works for the first time, so happy... I really worked hard to understand the docs but for some reasons the rig takes an ISF which is almost the double as programmed in the pump. Hmmm also deviations are much too high, values over 50...
I started now with max_iob=0, so like suspend mode, but i think that this cant be the reason
Adi Barilan
@Adidushi
Sep 02 2018 16:42
how can i check which directory openaps is running in? it's not looping and I'm getting missing file errors even though they're all there
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Sep 02 2018 18:53
What does crontab -l say about pump-loop?
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Sep 02 2018 18:58
@ideeagit check your Autotune log, it's using that for isf.
Abigail Cember
@acember
Sep 02 2018 20:14
Hi everyone, I'm brand new to OpenAPS and need some technical help. Specifically: I can't seem to ssh into my raspberry pi in order to install OpenAPS. I'm using PuTTY on Windows 10, and I followed the steps as instructed by this guy (https://www.thepolyglotdeveloper.com/2016/06/connect-raspberry-pi-zero-usb-cable-ssh/) to configure ssh over USB. I think the problem is that I have no idea what my Pi's IP address is, or how to find it out. I was under the impression that I could just type in 'raspberrypi.local' as the Host Name? But apparently not. My apologies if this is a dumb question; I am woefully not a hardware person and my Linux experience leaves something to be desired.
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Sep 02 2018 23:24
Do you have iTunes installed?
It installs bonjour to support the .local name resolution.
There’s also a page in the docs on figuring out your rig IP.