GPS device missing in debian
wessel at nefkom.net
Thu Sep 4 17:56:56 CEST 2008
> Regarding the gps device, I noticed that occasionally when I cat
> /dev/ttySAC1 I get little snippets of text, like "$GPZDA,,,,,00," and
> ",,,,,,99.99,99.9", although I usually get nothing. I was surprised in
> 2008.8 when cat /dev/ttySAC1 kept listing output as it was generated -
> more like tail -f. However, tail -f /dev/ttySAC1 gives no output for
Is frameworkd running? Or is another process reading from ttySAC1?
What does `lsof | grep ttySAC1` say?
> Is the driver module for the gps compiled into the kernel, or is it
> supposed to be loaded? My lsmod gives:
No module needed.
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