[OSM-talk] navigps en linux
nukehead at gmx.net
Sun Oct 28 10:57:30 GMT 2007
Rik van der Helm wrote:
> Thanks for replying, David.
>> Afterwards I start gpsd like this:
>> > gpsd -b -N -D 2 /dev/rfcomm0
> '-b' is non-existent on my ubuntu dis.
> $ gpsd -N -D 2 /dev/rfcomm0
I'm using a selfcompiled gpsd 2.35beta because of this -b option. My gps
receiver is very picky about receiving anything and gpsd normally
(without -b) tries to adjust the communication a little, which results
in no communication at all.
> I was wondering if you use a pin and if so how you handle it ?
Tried it on another computer and it just works without any pin
whatsoever. I didn't even edit hcid.conf or rfcomm.conf. As root I entered:
rfcomm bind 1 00:15:4b:11:17:c8 1
and afterwards a "cat /dev/rfcomm1" spit out raw nmea.
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