christopherrowson at gmail.com
Sun Jun 3 19:39:36 BST 2007
I had a quick look John, and I can't seem to turn up an Open Source
program for blood sugar monitoring.
I'm guessing it's a serial/usb port connection that connects the
device to the computer and then stores the readings?
You can Windows software to run on Linux however.
1) Try WINE. This is a Windows 'compatibility layer' which lets some
Windows programs run on Linux
2) Get VMWare - You can then run a copy of Windows inside your Linux
operating system. That way you can get access to your blood sugar
On 03/06/07, John Taylor <john.68taylor at btinternet.com> wrote:
> Hi guy's
> Do you know of anyone who provides Glucose Blood level meters that use open
> source software to transfer readings too a PC?
> John Taylor
> ubuntu-uk at lists.ubuntu.com
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