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George Riches's picture

Connection under Ubuntu

I've used BT747 for several years under Windows XP and Vista. However problems with those versions of Windows are getting ever more serious, so I'm migrating to Linux (Ubuntu distribution).

Unfortunately connecting my GPS device (iBlue 747) under Linux didn't go as smoothly as I had hoped. But I've now overcome the problems, so I thought I'd describe the symptoms and the solution here in case anyone else has similar problems.

MagratG's picture

PhotoTrackr CD111

Very impressed!  I've now got it working on my Ubuntu 10.10 netbook. I can download the track logs perfectly, but I can't work out how to erase the log memory.  I've switched to the "Device Settings" screen and clicked "Erase Only" gone through the warning dialogs to the final erasing memory dialog but that just sits there for ever - well 5 minutes for Linux and over 30 minutes for the Windows version.  What could I be doing wrong?


xens's picture

Linux: Version up to 1.55 doesn't work :(


I've been using this software for one year (with my Qstarz BT1000). I always updated the software when a new version come out, but I'm stucked with the 1.55 version, all upper versions don't work, they always fail with a:

Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: waba/applet/Applet
Caused by: java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: waba.applet.Applet
at Method)

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