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Live-stream from Garmin watches via ANT+ stick & virtual box (evtl. coud, IOT)

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Peter Gamma:
to MATLAB, Python & other Desktop applications


I continue the thread from here:

https://www.eevblog.com/forum/cloud-computing/garmin-watch-connectiq-watch-iot-microsoft-azure-platform/

and continue here with the part which is not


GARMIN watch - ConnectIQ-Watch-IoT - Microsoft Azure Platform

     but

GARMIN watch- ANT+ stick- virtual box


to keep those two path separate.
 

Is it possible to create a linux virtual box which can run independendly as a Linux OS, but also as a virtual box running in windows, for a GARMIN watch, which contains all the components for a live-stream to MATLAB, Python & other Desktop applications?

The size should be not more than 2GB, so that it can run on a IntelĀ® Compute Stick STK1A32SC:

https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/products/91064/intel-compute-stick-stk1a32sc.html

as well as on a Jumper EzBook 3 PRO:

https://de.gearbest.com/laptops/pp_647765.html

A virtual box could become a community project which contains all the sensor tables helpful for GARMIN watches.

Peter Gamma:
A linux virtual box running in windows with sensor tables and all the software necessary to stream to MATLAB, Python or other deskop applications.

A linux virtual box running in windows 10 of e.g. Jumper EzBook 3 PRO, which makes it not necessary anymore to install Ubuntu. All software for streaming integrated in a virtual box.

But how can sensor data from a linux virtual box running in windows be streamed to the host windows 10 operating system?

edit:
This is not necessary. MATLAB is also available for LINUX and MATLAB can be installed in a LINUX virtual machine running in windows. No streaming to the host windows 10 operating system necessary.

Peter Gamma:
i.e. through a streaming server. livetracking.io had an integrated open-source streaming server.

Which streaming server could be helpful to stream sensor data from a linux virtual box to the host windows operating system?

Peter Gamma:
An alternative to Jumper EzBook 3 PRO with

with 4 GB RAM  & 64 bit OS (minimal requirement for most Matlab editions)

is the Trekstor SURFBOOK E11B

http://www.trekstor.de/products/notebook/detail-notebook/product/SURFBOOK%20E11B-CO.html

with Ubuntu 18.04 und Mate Desktop

https://www.heise.de/forum/c-t/Kommentare-zu-c-t-Artikeln/Aldi-Notebook-im-Test-Medion-Akoya-E6246-mit-256er-SSD-fuer-400-Euro/Trekstor-E11B-CO/posting-33859257/show/

Peter Gamma:
There are also newer Mini 10 PC sticks with 4G RAM & Windows 10 64 bit (minimum for newer MATLAB versions):

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/32826816000.html?spm=a2g0o.cart.0.0.206d3c00MwHGDE&mp=1

and USB Type-C:

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/32852962272.html?spm=a2g0o.cart.0.0.206d3c00MwHGDE&mp=1

Did someone test those newer devices with Linux?

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