This software is still in the early beta phase but has been tested and seems to be working fine now, particularly the bside-adm20 GUI version.
A linux version of this software would be very easy to make, the only change would be the serial port related code (setup and data acquisition).
bside-adm20.exe - GUI windowed application
If you want to build this software on Windows, you'll require MinGW https://sourceforge.net/projects/mingw-w64/
Build bside-adm20 or bk393 ( Linux mingw64 install required, or mingw64 for Windows)
An example of compiling on Windows using mingw-w64 would be:
mingw32-make -f Makefile.win bside-adm20
Run from the command line
bside-adm20 [-p <comport#>] [-s <serial port config>] [-m] [-fn <fontname>] [-fc <#rrggbb>] [-fw <weight>] [-bc <#rrggbb>] [-wx <width>] [-wy <height>] [-d] [-q] -h: This help -p <comport>: Set the com port for the meter, eg: -p 2 -s <[9600|4800|2400|1200]:[7|8][o|e|n][1|2]>, eg: -s 2400:7o1 -m: show multimeter mode (second line of text) -z: Font size (default 72, max 256pt) -fn <font name>: Font name (default 'Andale') -fc <#rrggbb>: Font colour -bc <#rrggbb>: Background colour -fw <weight>: Font weight, typically 100-to-900 range -wx <width>: Force Window width (normally calculated based on font size) -wy <height>: Force Window height -d: debug enabled -q: quiet output -v: show version Defaults: -s 2400:7o1 -z 72 -fc #10ff10 -bc #000000 -fw 600 -fn Andale example: bside-adm20.exe -z 120 -p 4 -m -fc #ff1010 -bc #000000 -fw 600