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邓力凡
@denglfddd_twitter
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jaybaron1
@jaybaron1
Honestly, its probably better to reflash at this point.

Here's where I would change a step:
https://openaps.readthedocs.io/en/latest/_images/pi-curl-success.png << this picture at the end says Press Enter to run oref0-setup with the current release (master branch) of oref0, or press ctrl-C to cancel.

I would press ctrl-C, pull the developer branch of oref0.

cd ~/src/oref0 && git checkout dev && git pull
npm run global-install
cd && ~/src/oref0/bin/oref0-setup.sh

Make sure youre using jubilinux 0.4.0
jaybaron1
@jaybaron1
But i would need more of your log to determine what to do for next steps if you wanted to troubleshoot more first
Try this:
rm -rf ~/go/bin/*
Rerun the install
jaybaron1
@jaybaron1
Try before you run that command
pip install parsedatetime==2.5
garetis
@garetis
I'm assuming the answer is no otherwise it would've been done instead of rewind_resets_autosens, but is there no way to read fixed primes from the pump?
Eric
@ecc1
@garetis both fixed and manual primes are recorded in the pump history and retrieved. Whether the upper layers of openaps include them in IOB calculations etc. I don't know
garetis
@garetis
Do the fixed primes automatically reset autosense? I don't remember reading that specifically
jaybaron1
@jaybaron1
I believe this is actually a setting in your preferences.json file.
Foxy7
@Foxy7
@garetis it's only the rewind event that resets autosense. Any prime events are ignored by autosense and the iob calculation. We've used primes in the past to load insulin after a canula has stopped working.
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
Fixed primes don’t count in IOB and don’t reset autosens
@jaybaron1_gitlab you’re thinking of pump rewind resetting autosens as the setting in preferences
jaybaron1
@jaybaron1
@danamlewis yes I am.
Hi, hope you and Scott are doing well! Please say hello for me.
old-square-eyes
@old-square-eyes
Struggling a bit with Autotune. It keeps dialing up my basal for afternoon, dinner, and midnight segments. Even though I am having frequent lows at this time. If I skip eating I drop quite quickly. Yet Autotune doesn't respond the next day, pulling back recommendations... I would have thought it would have picked this up in the absence of carbs.
Skipping meals aside... Easy explanation is not entering enough carbs... but I eat a very strict diet and carb entry largely does not change. Something that has always worked for me.
As an experiment I adjusted higher to the recommended values. Then after the next couple of Autotune runs it was recommending even higher.
I have been struggling with stubborn highs on occasion, so I'm sure that's somehow related.
old-square-eyes
@old-square-eyes
Right now, 6 pm, low - 1U basal. No carb for hours.
old-square-eyes
@old-square-eyes
Now -1.65U
How can Autotune look back and think I need more basal?
Foxy7
@Foxy7
@old-square-eyes have you tried running the autotuneweb? I find it more readable than the rig output and I think useful to check one or two days of data verse a week.
We have autotune tuned off since her demand is huge for breakfast and then much smaller for the rest of the day, currently running 0.1 basal till lunchtime just to stop the rig giving any extra insulin before all the tail insulin kicks in.
garetis
@garetis
I've noticed if I connect my rig to my mobile wifi to go out and when I turn off that hotspot when I get home the rig doesn't get back on my home network. My process is to SSH into the rig with the hotspot to turn it off, then reboot it with the hotspot turned off for it to get back on my home network. I saw there were some grep commands to add to cron for people that forget to turn it off, but if I turn the hotspot off should the rig connect to the other available network automatically? I only have those two networks set up for now.
Foxy7
@Foxy7
@garetis yes it should revert to your home WiFi. I find that the Bluetooth tethering is better than using the WiFi hotspot. Using a Samsung phone and have an extra app to help the rig connect. Blue Car Tethering its called. I have found that BT doesn't work well when connecting to iPhone.
old-square-eyes
@old-square-eyes
@Foxy7 does Blue Car Tethering work on Android 11? My understanding is all these auto tether apps no longer work.
@garetis I have the opposite problem, BT tether does not auto connect. And even if it does, the rig seems to fail to get a WAN connection. Rebooting the phone helps. Then I get a WAN after manually accepting the request post reboot.
The network reset cron script definitely helps though.
It seems to help when WiFi gets stuck... e. g. returning to known networks after being on BT tether, or roaming to phone WiFi hot-spot (for when tether fails me).
邓力凡
@denglfddd_twitter
rm -rf ~/go/bin/*
cd && ~/src/oref0/bin/oref0-setup.sh

go version go1.12.5 linux/386
Go already installed
GOROOT=/usr/local/go
export GOROOT
PATH=$PATH:/usr/local/go/bin:$GOROOT/bin:$GOPATH/bin
GOPATH=$HOME/go
export GOPATH
PATH=$PATH:/usr/local/go/bin:$GOROOT/bin:$GOPATH/bin
github.com/ecc1/medtronic (download)
github.com/ecc1/cc111x (download)
github.com/ecc1/gpio (download)
Fetching https://golang.org/x/sys/unix?go-get=1
https fetch failed: Get https://golang.org/x/sys/unix?go-get=1: dial tcp 216.239.37.1:443: i/o timeout
package golang.org/x/sys/unix: unrecognized import path "golang.org/x/sys/unix" (https fetch: Get https://golang.org/x/sys/unix?go-get=1: dial tcp 216.239.37.1:443: i/o timeout)
github.com/ecc1/spi (download)
github.com/ecc1/nightscout (download)
github.com/ecc1/radio (download)

cd /root/go/src/github.com/ecc1/radio; git pull --ff-only

fatal: unable to access 'https://github.com/ecc1/radio/': gnutls_handshake() failed: The TLS connection was non-properly terminated.
package github.com/ecc1/radio: exit status 1
github.com/ecc1/papertrail (download)

cd /root/go/src/github.com/ecc1/papertrail; git pull --ff-only

fatal: unable to access 'https://github.com/ecc1/papertrail/': gnutls_handshake() failed: The TLS connection was non-properly terminated.
package github.com/ecc1/papertrail: exit status 1
Couldn't go get medtronic

@jaybaron1 Is it my network problem?THX
jaybaron1
@jaybaron1
I've actually not seen that error before -- @ecc1 any idea why https fetch failed?

@Foxy7 does Blue Car Tethering work on Android 11? My understanding is all these auto tether apps no longer work.

I was unable to make this work on my Samsung S20+. I would love it if there was a workaround. I tried Secure Task, Tasker, and a few others. Nothing would allow permissions to access the BT Tether Toggle. Best I could figure out is how to turn WiFi off when I left the house -- I still have to enable it manually every time I leave the house.

邓力凡
@denglfddd_twitter
I tried to use the proxy service https://goproxy.io and it looks like a step forward
go version go1.12.5 linux/386
Go already installed
GOROOT=/usr/local/go
export GOROOT
PATH=$PATH:/usr/local/go/bin:$GOROOT/bin:$GOPATH/bin
GOPATH=$HOME/go
export GOPATH
PATH=$PATH:/usr/local/go/bin:$GOROOT/bin:$GOPATH/bin
Fetching https://goproxy.io/github.com/ecc1/medtronic/@v/list
go: finding github.com/ecc1/medtronic latest
Fetching https://goproxy.io/github.com/ecc1/medtronic/@latest
Fetching https://goproxy.io/github.com/ecc1/@v/list
Fetching https://goproxy.io/github.com/@v/list
go get github.com/ecc1/medtronic/...: malformed module path "github.com/ecc1/medtronic/...": double dot
Couldn't go get medtronic
Abigail Cember
@acember
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@garetis To me this sounds like you might still have this update_config = 1 line:
I was just traveling and making extensive use of wifi hotspots, and then I came home from overseas and went back to my home network successfully - -without ever accessing the rig to mess with anything. I never succeeded at BT tethering (including trying and failing with Blue Car on my Samsung phone), but I was able to use two separate Android phones (I entered both hotspot names and passwords into the wifi config file ahead of time), one of which was on at all times -- but not necessarily the same one. So, I can vouch that this approach at least can work seamlessly for switching back and forth between networks.
Abigail Cember
@acember
Also, @old-square-eyes I was having a lot of trouble with autotune similar to what you describe until I started taking metformin. Not saying this is what you should do, but it's a magic drug IMH (and non-expert) O, and it largely eliminated the "stubborn highs" that were causing the rig to overdose me like crazy. In fact, looping in general worked way better for me once I re-sensitized my body to insulin. Just something to consider.
Foxy7
@Foxy7
@old-square-eyes our phone is an older Samsung S7 with Android 8 on. So I don't know.
jaybaron1
@jaybaron1
@Foxy7 @old-square-eyes it worked for me on an S9. Havent tested the 10.
garetis
@garetis
@acember Will give it a shot, thanks!
Last time I had a low reservoir I had a motor error. I assume due to an uncleared low reservoir warning while an SMB was trying to execute. Is this a known issue?