ddean at ieee.org
Thu Jan 10 13:38:05 GMT 2008
I'm not sure about the searching functionality, I don't think I played
with that. If you are trying to position the map without gpsd I think
you can edit a configuration file somewhere with your local long/lat.
On 10/01/2008, Ian Haylock <haylocki at yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> David Dean <ddean at ieee.org> wrote:
> You need to run the osm2navit or similarly named program to convert an
> osm file into the navit format before you can use it.
> I think I have already run that. As I think that program creates the map
> .bin file, and as my map of the Philippines is working I think that it
> worked ok.
> I think the places that appear in the search are from the original default
> maps that navit downloads.
> Cheers, Ian
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