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972 members, Created 16.4.2013 by acollier

Toulouse, France

Group of user using Suunto watch and hopping a linux support for it.

  • 27.1.2014 Message from the group creator:

  • Linux users and outdoor activities lovers could be personify in a same body. Suunto seems to ignore it. Please join the group if you'd like to use your suunto product on linux. A project has been started to reverse engineering a watch syncrhonization application and product an open source linux api, check this out and if you could help don't be shy!! http://sourceforge.net/projects/openambit

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  • 10 latest Moves

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    • Patobreizh

      9.1.2016

      ça collerait plutôt bien à l'image tout terrain de suunto d'aller sur Linux plutôt que le 'traditionnel windows ou mac'. Allez les gars et les filles de suunto, vous devez avoir un oeil sur cette page alors go movescount also on Linux (Fedora user)

    • Baille

      28.12.2015

      Hello every body I tested recently an Ambit2 and it seems to fit to my needs. Unfortunately, when I wanted to download my little trek, I realize that Linux (Ubuntu) does not recognize the watch, and this is definitely an issue as Microsoft is banned from my home! Will Suunto port its program to Linux (which may not be possible depending on the development tool), or use an USB Key like protocol to get simply the data as ASCII files? If no, the solution is elsewhere. Thanks for any news.

      • Benedetto

        3 weeks ago

        Well, if you need full support on linux, you're out at the moment. There is https://github.com/openambitproject/openambit, but it does so far only provide functionality to download moves from the watch and upload them to movescount but is not yet able to transfer the settings made in movescount back to the watch. For this task, I use an old Windows XP in a virtualbox that I only have to fire up every now and then as I want to change settings. For the day to day use openambit is fine.

    • Javi_Marchal

      20.12.2015

      Hola a todos , para cuanto Moveslink2 para linux ? Hi all, for as Moveslink2 for linux? Salut à tous, pour que Moveslink2 pour linux? Hallo alle, für so Moveslink2 für Linux? 大家好,换作Moveslink2为Linux? Ciao a tutti, per come Moveslink2 per Linux? Moveslink2としてLinux用のために、すべてのこんにちは! Oi tudo, pois, como Moveslink2 para linux? Привет всем, за что Moveslink2 для Linux?

    • jfcalypso

      22.11.2015

      Hello, can test you one of my applications in your sporting activities. Nice day. Kind regards. Here is the link: http://www.movescount.com/fr/apps#term=jfcalypso

    • asificam1

      21.11.2015

      Does anyone know how to sync watch settings, routes, and POIs in Linux Mint? I currently use openambit for syncing, works only for my workouts

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