I am attaching an Ubuntu executable that I just test drove this morning. I haven't figured out how to link the libraries statically so to run it we need to install boost-thread and fltk(1.1.10) shared libraries. Uh I just realized there would be a hard coded /media/Kingston/ folder for the log files for this Ubuntu version. Sorry! Sorry about the hard coded "F:" there. Please follow ccdisce's suggestion to change the thumb drive letter from "e:" to "f:". Go to Control Panel -> Administrative Tools -> Computer Management -> Disk Management -> Right Click on drive e: -> Change Drive Letter and Paths. Also make sure to create a folder \OBDLog. The program does not create the folder - it just crashes if the folder is not there. Please let us know if there is any other question. Thanks!