[debian & gps] (solved) How to check gps

Christian Weßel wesselch at gmx.net
Wed Sep 24 19:40:41 CEST 2008

Hello folks,

first thanx to all of you for support.
Second, now I get clear GPS data.

I don't know what was happen, but I de-install fso-gpsd, install gpsd,
check it unsuccessfull, de-install gpsd and re-install fso-gpsd again.
And now I get a fix in less than one minute. Tango shows me the correct
data and location does it too.

I will verify it tomorrow during a small trip.

Great, this issue is solved, now to the next :-).

Thanx a lot, christian

Am Mittwoch, den 24.09.2008, 18:43 +0200 schrieb Roland Mas:
> Fox Mulder, 2008-09-24 18:28:25 +0200 :
> > Ok, than this bug still exists.
>   Actually... I left the FR running since my last mail, and it now
> displays the correct GPS time.  I didn't keep an eye on it, so I don't
> know how long it took.
> Roland.

mfg/br, christian

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