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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Hey! I've just purchased a Suunto Ambit3 and looking forward to making it work on Linux. It's just a nonsense that this doesn't work on Linux or Android....
has anyone figured out how to sync routes and settings using openambit?
does the feature even exist.
has anyone noticed any problems with the latest firmware update for ambit2?
has anyone found where the movesconnect software is located once installed on windows
Apparently to connect a Suunto Ambit 2 for the first time, one need a Win/Mac. Openambit only works, once the device is already created in Movescount.
Anyone already solved this issue?
Did anyone try to install Moveslink through WINE?
have been trying to install it via WINE, however I had multiple errors. I'll try to copy the existing application from a windows machine, then I'll post how it went
perhaps we should write a formal letter to suunto asking for a method of connection for our devices
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