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Oct 2018
umich10
@umich10
Oct 29 2018 02:32
setting up 1st pi+hat . asked if i'm using and explorer board, answered y. now it's asking me for a tty port. i don't where to find that in the raspberry pi zero directions
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Oct 29 2018 02:38
Try pressing enter to accept the default.
umich10
@umich10
Oct 29 2018 02:45
repeat of the question
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Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Oct 29 2018 03:34
Ah, no default. This sounds like the same issue as https://gitter.im/openaps/hardware-dev?at=5bd203f6271506518d6c6840
pepecb
@pepecb
Oct 29 2018 09:28
Recently updated to ios12. It seems Shortcuts app (prev Workflow) doesn’t work with IFTTP yet. Any suggestion how to solve this? I am in desperate need of getting my carbs and temptarget workflows to work. Thanks.
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Oct 29 2018 15:22
You can POST directly to NS without going through IFTTT
Raymond Richmond
@PedanticAvenger
Oct 29 2018 17:45
Anyone else mixing FIASP/Humalog? I'm getting a lot of concern from my endo team as from the literature they are not compatible (apparently FIASP too acidic).
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Oct 29 2018 17:47
yes, for 15 months
no problems.
Raymond Richmond
@PedanticAvenger
Oct 29 2018 17:48
I've been about 4 months with the same, but the concern is apparent modification or coagulation in the humalog. Alright, more research then.
Abigail Cember
@acember
Oct 29 2018 21:30
@PedanticAvenger If you want to be safe, I would read the insert and see how they prepare the solution. It will specify what the chemical conditions are (ions, pH, etc.) I can't imagine they are balanced to different pH's-- that would be very odd. (I'll do like on Quora here and add the "qualification" that I'm a sixth-year Biochemistry/Biophysics PhD student, thus arguably able to field any other questions about protein chemistry.)
Might I inquire, though, as to why you would mix them? I've been looking to switch to FIASP myself, so I'm curious.
Raymond Richmond
@PedanticAvenger
Oct 29 2018 21:32
@acember I agree. My gut says it was a case of asking the rep about it to which they attempted to stop off-label and competitor supporting use. Purely an unsupported opinion mind you.
Hmm, as to your question let me redirect you to a post from another biochemist. https://www.diabettech.com/diabetes/fiasp-going-off-label-being-intentionally-non-compliant/