Group of user using Suunto watch and hopping a linux support for it.
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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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I have installed OpenAmbit for ubuntu from repo, but unfortunatelly it is only 0.2 which doesnt recognize Abmit 2R. However to make it work just clone the github repo of openambit and build src/libambit once this is done you can use previously installed gui with newly builded lib that support Ambit 2R, by executing LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/path/to/your/build/libambit-build openambit
works like a charm.
Does anyone knows when 0.3 version will be released? As it should solve the problem with recognizing Ambit 2R
I don't know how I did it, but Openambit seems to be working fine with my Amibt 2S. I'm really happy. It wouldn't recognize the 2R. Running Ubuntu 14.04
Great job, I've got openambit-master working flawlessly in Slackware 14.1 x64, but no way to build it in Ubuntu 14.04. Does anyone know which dependecies are requiered?
See message #160 on this page : http://openambit.org/forums/topic/ubuntu-14-04/
Update: OpenAmbit is installed and appears to be running nicely, but neither it nor my OS detect the clock at all, not even as a simple external bulk storage device. Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks!
I think the problem is that the latest Ambit Firmware update contained a feature to "detect old Moveslink versions", so that connection can only occur with the latest Moveslink software. I suppose it also detects that OpenAmbit is not the latest Moveslink software.
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