[debian & gps] How to check gps
Quakeman1 at gmx.net
Wed Sep 24 17:51:30 CEST 2008
Al Johnson wrote:
> On Wednesday 24 September 2008, Christian Weßel wrote:
>> Ok, if I understand in right:
>> HW SW SW SW
>> gps -> ogpsd -> fso-gpsd -> tangogps
>> -> location
> That's my understanding, yes.
As far as i know Location doesn't use FSO-gpsd. It uses the more FSO
native access method (ogpsd?) for communication. FSO-gpsd is only for
programs like tangogps or navit which uses gpsd and now needs this
wrapper for that purpose.
If someone of you manage to use fso-gpsd with tangogps for more than a
few minutes without problems than please report it. My try to do so
ended in a failure why i use (old) gpsd at the moment.
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