[debian] Sephora 0.1 - Suggestions needed
michele.renda at gmail.com
Mon Sep 29 17:22:28 CEST 2008
I say my situation:
mdbus -s org.freedesktop.Gypsy /org/freedesktop/Gypsy GetFixStatus
Give me "1" after 30 sec.
But I am unable to take my position for a long time (30 min, 1
hour).... I seem to take a lot of satellites (11 - 12 satellites) but
If I do:
mdbus -s org.freedesktop.Gypsy /org/freedesktop/Gypsy GetTime
Than after a while ( and if I go out for a walk, I take a position,
and from them is simply perfect)
I updated to latest version of FSO but I still have the kerned
received when installing Debian @ FR.
(Ps. If someone know a very easy way to update it please tell to me)
Thank to all :)
2008/9/29 Fox Mulder <Quakeman1 at gmx.net>:
> When you get the first fix you also should see your position. But after
> first fix the position is quite unsharp and gets better in the next
> seconds/minutes. For me i have my position within 30-60 seconds after
> starting gps.
> I use the latest fso and sometimes the latest om kernel with debian
> Michele Renda wrote:
>> Hello, I am working just on this now :)
>> I am flighting to understand the Gpspy. I use a lot DBus, so I prefer
>> to don't use gpsd-fso.
>> First thing I have a question: When I get the first fix this don't
>> mean I have the position, is it right? Using Debian, I get the first
>> Fix in around 1 Min, but before I get the position I have to wait a
>> lot (30 min). Someone has the same problem? I have to add that I never
>> update the Debian kernel on my FR.
>> I am adding Gps time sync button, and may be a little surprise! :)
>> Michele Renda
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