Any brave dive computer download testers out there?
mathomp at gmail.com
Mon Apr 23 07:43:10 PDT 2018
On Mon, Apr 23, 2018 at 4:59 AM, Jef Driesen <jef at libdivecomputer.org>
> On 2018-04-20 04:56, Matt Thompson wrote:
>> My Atomic Cobalt2 worked on Windows and macOS but failed on Linux. I
>> the failure on Linux is a configuration issue on my part but for
>> completeness I get the following in the console:
>> ERROR: Failed to open the usb device. [in ../../src/atomics_cobalt.c:117
>> INFO: dc_deveice_open error value of -6
>> I get that error on both Subsurface-4.7.8-73-ga12ea13d5
>> and Subsurface-4.7.8-x86_64.AppImage.
> This looks like a permission error. Have you installed the necessary udev
> I added the udev rule in the Subsurface FAQ but it didn't help. Tonight
I'll try the one you pointed me at below and post back.
Download this file:
> and copy it to /etc/udev/rules.d/ directory.
> (This assumes you are in the plugdev group.)
> My Suunto D4i failed on all three platforms. It gave various errors on the
>> Windows 10:
>> the red banner at the bottom of the main window with the message
>> "Unsupported operation"
> Difficult to tell without further info. Did you install the USB driver?
> Fedora: A message box with the message "Unable to open /dev/ttyUSB0" and a
>> message on the console "ERROR: Failed to receive the answer. [in
>> ../../src/suunto_d9.c:253 (suunto_d9_device_packet)]
> Looks again like a permission error. Make sure you're in the dialout group:
> sudo usermod -a -G dialout $USER
> (You'll have to logout and login again before this takes effect.)
> macOS: A message box with the message "Error downloading dive data"
> No idea.
> I do have the USB drivers for the D4i installed on macOS and Windows. On
all three platforms I was able to successfully download dives using
Subsurface 4.7.8. I take that to mean that I have the correct permissions
on the platforms so it is just down to the difference between the -NG and
4.7.8 branches. I can generate Subsurface and libdivecomputer logs if that
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