ArcticFox Device Monitor for macOS and Linux

Discussion in 'macOS / Linux' started by Hobbyquaker, Jul 1, 2017.

  1. Hobbyquaker

    Hobbyquaker Member

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    Hi All!

    I made a little Arcticfox device monitoring tool that works on macOS and Linux
    https://github.com/hobbyquaker/arcticfox-monitor - so you don't need to boot a Windows VM if you just want to see how your tc works ;-)

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    Would be glad to get feedback of any kind :)

    Regards,
    Sebastian
     
  2. Doyle4

    Doyle4 New Member

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    Hey Hobbyquaker!

    Thank you very much for this! I use your DNA version also and sometimes I just dont have to time boot into windows.
    Thank you and Artic team :)
     
  3. Hobbyquaker

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    Hey Doyle,

    thanks for your Feedback! :) If you have wishes, critics, suggestions or bug reports don't hesitate to tell me ;-)

    Regards,
    Sebastian
     
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  4. tcvaper

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    Hey @Hobbyquaker, many thanks for your great work.
    I'm already a user of DNA monitor on a Mac, since I hate having to boot into a Win VM just to look at how my build performs, so I was super happy to see the same being available for AF.
    But while the DNA monitor works like a charm, I can't get the AF monitor to work. Launching it just causes the dialog in the attached screenshot to appear. I'm not an expert in js/Node.js (although I'm a SW developer, but in other languages), so I'm not sure what the version mismatch mentioned there refers to.
    I'm on macos sierra, 10.12.5, and as I said, DNA monitor runs with no problem on that same laptop.
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  5. alex1337

    alex1337 New Member

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    Really neat, great work! I especially like the possibility to reset the graphs on a new puff, since the monitor in NFE Tools tends to slow down after hogging all memory to draw a continuous graph.

    @tcvaper: I had the same issue, but it worked fine after building it using the steps outlined on the github page and rebuilding the USB HID module.
     
  6. Hobbyquaker

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    #6 Hobbyquaker, Jul 3, 2017
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  7. tcvaper

    tcvaper New Member

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  8. Outerrim

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    Many thx,for the Linux Version :)
     
  9. milan

    milan New Member

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    Glad for the Linux version, thanks a lot!
     
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  10. Uncle_Brr

    Uncle_Brr New Member

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    Hello and thank you for your work!
    What is the last version of AF Monitor that could be run under Mac OSX 10.6.8? The latest is not :(