Please don't forget to read, understand and agree
to QtDMM's license before using it. Most major Linux distributions have packages for QtDMM.
Mac OS X dmg's
The Mac OS X binaries (compiled on Mac OS X 10.4.11) are statically linked against Qt 3.3.8. You don't need the Qt library installed on your system.
The Windows binary has been compiled on Windows7 with mingw (http://www.mingw.org). Please also install MinGW runtime environment.
Windows static binary
Peter Stam was so kind to provide a statically linked binary for Windows 10. The Windows binary has been compiled on Windows 10 but also runs on Windows 11. (The binary reports that it is version 0.9.8)
You might have to 'shift-click' the links to download the sources.
Version 0.6.2 shows a wrong version string and shows up as version 0.6.1. If your QtDMM has the 'integration'
feature it is 0.6.2 in reality. I will not make a new version to change this as you can expect a new enhanced
version in the near future anyway.
With version 0.8 the way of reading data from the multimeter was changed. This might have broken some
of the drivers (and more likely fixed many problems). It would be nice if users of this version could (re)confirm
if their DMM is (still) working.
Version 0.8.5 has a commandline option (--console). It makes QtDMM print a hexdump of the read data to stdout (if any).
If you are in trouble, try this option and mail me the output.
Radek Liboska email@example.com was so kind to create RPM's
As I'm not the grandmaster of RPM's (I'm one of those old fashioned guys that prefer source tarballs :)
please contact Radek if you get into trouble with the RPM's.