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Toshiba FlashAir 2 with Flashpap configuration
#81
Thanks guys... got it. Will try tonight.
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#82
Thanks Red... works like a charm... folder found in my ip address. So final step... how to get the data to sleepyhead?
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#83
Correct! Pat yourself on the back, give yourself a raise, and take the rest of the week off.
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Posting SleepyHead Charts in 5 Easy Steps
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#84
Haha all thanks to you.... figured out the answer to my question. Just scan the card and copy the data over....  Thanks   Thanks Thanks
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#85
While I'm on the subject. . .
If you get brave or lazy (like me), you can try automating the SD download.  It will start FlashPAP, download the latest sleep files, and exit.  I tried to modify it to reflect a Mac's file structure.

You will need to create an executable text file with the following code: (User supplied data is in blue)
#!/bin/bash
java -jar /Users/UserName/FlashPAP.jar user=UserName exit=yes


(Note-not part of file-: You might try "$HOME" instead of "/Users/UserName")

I named my file "auto.sh".  Again, you will need to make it executable.  You can then place a shortcut to the file on your desktop for ease of access.

- Red
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Useful Links -or- When All Else Fails:
Posting SleepyHead Charts in 5 Easy Steps
Robysue's Beginner's Guide to Sleepyhead
Apnea Helpful Tips
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#86
Well, worth a try. Do I use the same editor to create the executable file? I have a 30 days trial period after which it's a cool $99.95.  Dielaughing
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#87
Whoa!  TextEdit is built in to OS X and is FREE.

Description:
TextEdit is the built in text editor on the Mac. It is a very capable word processing application and for most people it will be the only word processor that you will need. With Text Edit you can open documents in Rich Text Format(RTF), Plain Text formatted documents and even the ever popular Microsoft Word format.

My advice is to ditch that $100 puppy.

- Red
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Useful Links -or- When All Else Fails:
Posting SleepyHead Charts in 5 Easy Steps
Robysue's Beginner's Guide to Sleepyhead
Apnea Helpful Tips
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#88
Wasn't sure it would do the job. Because you mentioned that it need CR LF option which the trial version of UltraEdit has.
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#89
Hi Red

Haven't got around to try your executable file yet. However got this error below:

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Could still see the Flashair on the network but keep getting this error. Of course the folder was there for me to update when I physically insert into the mac SD slot to update Sleepyhead afterwards.
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#90
Anyway, I could not ping the Flashair card, got host down and request timeout error. Seems the FlashAir wireless is weak as the AP is just located in the next room.
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