MokoTrack a real time tracker for the moko
nashving at gmail.com
Tue Sep 21 10:32:17 CEST 2010
Awesome! I was thinking of doing exactly the same thing... Less work for me
On Mon, Sep 20, 2010 at 7:49 PM, Shosholoza <cavaldan at tin.it> wrote:
> I Developed a real time tracker for the moko! If anyone wants to test can
> download the tar at this link:
> http://www.monkeyslair.net/openmoko/mokotrack.tar mokotrack tar
> For run you must:
> - Copy the file to moko
> - Untar mokotrack.tar
> - Edit the file conf and set the right APN, username and password by
> is an italian provider
> There is not a graphical interface so to start you must open the terminal
> to "mokotrack" directory and type "./track"
> If everything works fine just launched the application will be assigned an
> ID and a password that is used to control the moko from web.
> To see the location you have to connect to this address:
> http://www.monkeyslair.net/MokoTrack.html MokoTrack web page
> So you can display the track or position with the ID that was assigned.
> To send commands to the moko click on "info" from the web page.You will
> the current state of the moko and you can send commands (increase the
> frequency of coordinates, set the minimum distance for considering two
> different positions, exit by the app, turn off your cell, etc.).Of course
> give the commands you must enter the assigned password.The application at
> startup sets up a firewall to minimize the flow of Internet data.Closes ppp
> port except the one using the application.The GPRS connection is opened
> time and closed immediately after sending the coordinates.That way you
> minimize the exchange of bytes(see this discussion:
> Gprs sent and receive random byte. WHY? ).
> In the terminal will be displayed the current operations and after sent the
> coordinate will be show the number of bytes sent and received in the
> session.The application is tested on SHR. It used D-bus
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