OSCAR v1.2.0 is released 10/10/2020

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Re: OSCAR v1.2.0 is released 10/10/2020

Post by BlueDragon » Fri Dec 11, 2020 2:12 pm

Wildkat wrote:
Fri Dec 11, 2020 1:01 am
I am trying to get OSCAR to work on my Linux laptop....
Here is what I have found out:
The old CMS50D+ has a mini-USB connector, but does need the Contec cable, which contains the CP2102 chip.
The old CMS50D+ is the second choice in the 'Select your device' drop-down - CMS50D+/E/F
The newer CMS50D+ has a micro-USB connector and reports Ver 4.6 (or higher) at startup. Again you must use the Contec cable with built-in CP2102 chip, but you must use the top entry in the 'Select your device' dropdown.

Currently, OSCAR on Chromebooks is not detecting any oximeters, although lsusb reports the presence, if it has been allowed in the Settings for Linux(beta). This will be investigated and corrected if possible
The link to the Contec website has been updated for the next version of OSCAR. See https://www.silabs.com/developers/usb-t ... cp-drivers.
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Re: OSCAR v1.2.0 is released 10/10/2020

Post by Wildkat » Fri Dec 11, 2020 8:09 pm

Thank you Bluedragon. I am using the original cable and choosing the correct one from the drop down. Still no luck. At least it works for my cpap, that's the important part.

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Re: OSCAR v1.2.0 is released 10/10/2020

Post by kbh209 » Fri Dec 18, 2020 10:03 pm

I noticed in the "read me" file on my Mac, that the directions called for only needing to go into settings to approve Oscar. This was the OS Catalina days. I'm currently on Big Sur 11.0.1 and any time I want to run Oscar, I have to go into my settings to "unlock" my computer. What's changed between Catalina and Big Sur, "back door" wise for Oscar?

Also is there any chance the developer of Oscar will be working with Apple to get this on their "safe list," in the future?
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Re: OSCAR v1.2.0 is released 10/10/2020

Post by BlueDragon » Fri Dec 18, 2020 11:05 pm

kbh209 wrote:
Fri Dec 18, 2020 10:03 pm
Also is there any chance the developer of Oscar will be working with Apple to get this on their "safe list," in the future?
Probably not much. We've looked into that question with Microsoft and the answer is $$$. Apple wants $$ too and no doubt imposes requirements on how the application is built. Since OSCAR is open source, is free to all, and there is no $ at all, anything that requires $$ is unlikely.
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Re: OSCAR v1.2.0 is released 10/10/2020

Post by kbh209 » Fri Dec 18, 2020 11:34 pm

Thank you BlueDragon for your response. :)
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Re: OSCAR v1.2.0 is released 10/10/2020

Post by Neo2020 » Sat Dec 19, 2020 9:24 am

Wondering if they are going to allow importing of data from Wellue oxygen ring? That would be awesome
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Re: OSCAR v1.2.0 is released 10/10/2020

Post by BlueDragon » Sat Dec 19, 2020 11:28 am

Neo2020 wrote:
Sat Dec 19, 2020 9:24 am
Wondering if they are going to allow importing of data from Wellue oxygen ring? That would be awesome
I think Wellue's O2 Insight Pro software supports the O2 Ring, doesn't it? If so, you should be able to transfer data from your O2 Ring to O2 Insight Pro, and then import data files created by O2 Insight Pro into OSCAR. Use Data/Import Viatom Data to do that.
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Re: OSCAR v1.2.0 is released 10/10/2020

Post by fbacker » Sat Dec 19, 2020 1:06 pm

Thanks so much to the development team.

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Re: OSCAR v1.2.0 is released 10/10/2020

Post by peterg » Fri Jan 01, 2021 10:37 pm

Big thanks from me to the developers. I logged in to this forum to look for a new mask. Last time might have been 10 years ago. I was a user of Sleepyhead (they have Apnea on my drivers licence and I have to get the doctor to sign off).. and I was very sad to read JediMark's swan song as he discontinued sleepyhead development. As a Linux/Ubuntu/AMD user Oscar installed ok, but does not come up as a terminal command, does not come up with 'which oscar', even though dpkg -l | grep -i oscar shows the program, I needed to use the power (windows) key and type the Oscar app there, and it came up which is not a big deal for me .

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Re: OSCAR v1.2.0 is released 10/10/2020

Post by BlueDragon » Sat Jan 02, 2021 8:09 am

peterg wrote:
Fri Jan 01, 2021 10:37 pm
As a Linux/Ubuntu/AMD user Oscar installed ok, but does not come up as a terminal command, does not come up with 'which oscar', even though dpkg -l | grep -i oscar shows the program, I needed to use the power (windows) key and type the Oscar app there, and it came up which is not a big deal for me .
Does "which OSCAR" work? I think OSCAR may be installed as upper case.
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Re: OSCAR v1.2.0 is released 10/10/2020

Post by Ilikecpap » Sat Jan 02, 2021 8:53 am

So glad you made this available for Linux!
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Devilbiss DV64 support in OSCAR

Post by BlueDragon » Sat Jan 09, 2021 4:29 pm

If anyone is using a Devilbiss DV64 CPAP machine and would like to look at its data with OSCAR, I am updating the Devilbiss importer with a goal of providing full (rather than partial) support in OSCAR. If you are interested in helping test this new feature, please reply or PM me.
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Re: OSCAR v1.2.0 is released 10/10/2020

Post by chriscowles » Thu Jan 14, 2021 9:15 am

I just installed OSCAR x64 (v1.2.0) for the first time and successfully imported data from my first day's use of my new Airsense Autoset 10. I think OSCAR will be very useful but many of the screens are unreadable due to font size and orientation. This is on a fairly vanilla Windows 10 laptop. Is there a guide somewhere that tells me how to fix that, or does anyone have suggestions?

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Re: OSCAR v1.2.0 is released 10/10/2020

Post by BlueDragon » Thu Jan 14, 2021 10:15 am

chriscowles wrote:
Thu Jan 14, 2021 9:15 am
I think OSCAR will be very useful but many of the screens are unreadable due to font size and orientation. This is on a fairly vanilla Windows 10 laptop. Is there a guide somewhere that tells me how to fix that, or does anyone have suggestions?
In File/Preferences/Appearance you can set the fonts and their sizes.

If your laptop has a high resolution display, see the section on "OSCAR graphics problems" in http://www.apneaboard.com/wiki/index.ph ... leshooting.
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Re: OSCAR v1.2.0 is released 10/10/2020

Post by Justin Case » Sun Jan 17, 2021 11:28 pm

Here's a dumb question, perhaps already answered. I'm using SH on a Windows 7 system and Resmed Air Sense 10. I am fine with SH but it seems others are suggesting to migrate.

I understand OSCAR is similar to SH. Can I migrate my settings/layout (which I have tweaked over the years) to OSCAR or must I start from scratch?
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