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Just bought an Aeris XR-2 and want to download to jdivelog on ubuntu. Any chance of a driver for this computer?
Looks bad. You could follow the libdivecomputer status page. If this tool adds support for your computer then maybe there is a chance to add a driver to JDiveLog.
Thanks for that info. I had looked at the libdivecomputer "about" page and it lists the XR2 as a supported computer so I was hoping it was possible, but of course I'm WAY out of my league when it comes to this stuff so I don't quite get how it's supported yet there's no backend. Guess I'll have to do more reading.
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Noticed on the Diving Log forum that the backend for the veo 250 will work.
>For the Aeris XR2, you need to use the "veo250" app, not the "vtpro" one.
>Try downloading by selecting "Oceanic Veo 250" from the list of dive computers.
So maybe a a chance to add the XR2?
downloading the data would only be the first step. Do you know if there is some documentation available how to interpret it?