[talk-au] Best linux mapping/routing setup

Andrew Laughton laughton.andrew at gmail.com
Sat Jul 18 15:01:30 BST 2009


I would be interested in seeing that. Where is it.  I have never managed to
get gpsd to work.


2009/7/18 John Smith <delta_foxtrot at yahoo.com>

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> --- On Sat, 18/7/09, b.schulz.10 at scu.edu.au <b.schulz.10 at scu.edu.au>
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> > It's *possible* to use JOSM, but
> > you need to alt+click/drag a lot to move the window around.
> > Usually I'd just plug it into an external monitor.
> > Potlatch is useable, although the requirement of an Internet
> > connection reduces it's usefulness.
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> Not exactly what I was after, I have slightly mischief intents here, I'm
> writing up an installation howto about the eeePC and was going to slip in a
> few references to getting navigation/routing etc setup too :D
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> > I've never done routing with mine due to lack of a GPS
> > which talks NMEA. The human mind does much better routing
> > anyway :).
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> Using gpsd to handle what ever GPS device makes that irrelevant usually.
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