[FSO] Speed gps time to firxt fix up?
lothar.behrens at lollisoft.de
Mon Jan 5 12:41:44 CET 2009
it may be a mistake to have both installed. That time it was possible to do.
Yesterday an error message
came up about incompatibility. The developers may have added these checks
while I am playing :-)
Today I'll try my assumtions why the GPS is not as good as Om2008/9. As I
I have a new microsd card. Thus changing too much is not good for finding
the reason why
the GPS is that bad.
So I will have tests with combinations of cards and FSO-image / Om2008/9 to
see what happens.
As a note to the images and that I have read something about cherry picking
to add into yet published
releases: I do not find this a good practice. Do you ?
Fox Mulder wrote:
> lollisoft wrote:
>> The answer from Fox was to reinstall gpsd and not fso-gpsd and later he
>> back. So I tried
>> this and struggled.
>> Fox was also not on the FSO image, but on the Debian with FSO framework.
>> Maybe he could
>> do that but I am not (FSO image). I think bebause of Zhune.
> Maybe you misunderstood me because i never said to "reinstall gpsd and
> not fso-gpsd". I only said that i was having a hard time with older
> fso-gpsd but now it works quite good. And i said that you should be sure
> not to have both installed at the same time.
> Only fso-gpsd is useable when using the fso-framework. And we both use
> fso-framework, you with fso-image and me with debian. And therefore the
> principles for gps configuration are the same.
> I hope we are now back to a common ground. :)
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