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File Date Author Commit
Exert.Common 2012-04-21 Mike Kestner Mike Kestner [d899b4] Integrate with Mac Menu
Exert.Gtk 2012-04-21 Mike Kestner Mike Kestner [82286f] Hook into Mac Quit Application Event
images 2011-03-05 Michael Kestner Michael Kestner [ca5d71] Initial checkin to git from svn r108
.gitignore 2012-04-20 Mike Kestner Mike Kestner [f52e35] First pass at a Mac App bundle.
AUTHORS 2011-03-05 Michael Kestner Michael Kestner [ca5d71] Initial checkin to git from svn r108
COPYING 2011-03-05 Michael Kestner Michael Kestner [ca5d71] Initial checkin to git from svn r108
NEWS 2011-03-05 Michael Kestner Michael Kestner [ca5d71] Initial checkin to git from svn r108
README 2011-03-05 Michael Kestner Michael Kestner [ca5d71] Initial checkin to git from svn r108

Read Me

Exert is a Fitness Log application.  It is written entirely in
C# using Gtk#, Mono.Data.Sqlite for data storage, and libusb for 
garmin fitness device import.  


Building & Installing Exert:
---------------------------

    The Linux build is the traditional:

        ./configure
        make
        make install

    If you are compiling from svn, you will need the auto* tools
    installed and use autogen.sh.


Discussion & Support:
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    One note on using this with your Garmin Forerunner 305 with openSUSE. 
    You'll need to do the following:
    1. Disable the garmin_gps kernel module which is enabled by default. You
    can do this by running '/sbin/rmmod garmin_gps' as root. If you want to
    make persistent then add 'blacklist garmin_gps' to 
    /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.
    2. To connect as a non-privileged user create the following file:
    /etc/udev/rules.d/51-garmin.rules with the following contents:
    SYSFS{idVendor}=="091e", SYSFS{idProduct}=="0003", MODE="0666"