Re: Anyone running Kismet, Gpsdrive?
Bert Haskins <bhaskins <at> chartermi.net>
2006-03-01 17:47:53 GMT
Meidinger Chris wrote:
>All the USB GPS devices that I've tried are basically the same. How far are you getting trying to get your
setup to work?
>What device are you telling gpsdrive to look at? Is that the same device your dmesg shows you? Your GPS is
probably emulating a serial device, and should show up as /dev/tts/USB0 or /dev/ttsUSB0 or
/dev/tts/USB/0 depending on your udev config (assuming you are using udev...)
>Anyway, how far are you getting? What are you doing that's not working??
No /dev/tts/ even though lsusb shows it as Bus 002 Device 002: ID
1163:0200 DeLorme Publishing, Inc.
Interesting.. no /dev/tts
This is running under FC3.
>From: linux-thinkpad-admin <at> linux-thinkpad.org on behalf of Bert Haskins
>Sent: Wed 01-Mar-06 15:54
>To: linux-thinkpad <at> linux-thinkpad.org
>Subject: Re: [ltp] Anyone running Kismet, Gpsdrive?
>Thanks for the reply.
>Have you had any experience with the DeLorme USB device?
>This came in a quite complete package ( windoze ) and I would
>like to have it run in Fedora.
>I also have a Garmin GPS 38 but it is sort of built in in my boat.
>Meidinger Chris wrote:
>>my Inbox is a huge mess at the moment, but I've had tons of different setups with Kismet/GPSDrive and
diverse GPS-Units, both USB and Serial.
>>If you can tell me what's going on exactly (I can't filter for replies to your message at the moment) I can
probably help you.
>>From: linux-thinkpad-admin <at> linux-thinkpad.org on behalf of Bert Haskins
>>Sent: Mon 27-Feb-06 19:30
>>To: linux-thinkpad <at> linux-thinkpad.org
>>Subject: [ltp] Anyone running Kismet, Gpsdrive?
>>Anyone running Kismet, Gpsdrive?
>>My GPS unit is the DeLORME usb and the Wlan
>>( internal, my install) is a Atheros AR5211 / 12 which is a
>>very nice setup by the way.
>>Gpsdrive does not seem to see the USB GPS.
>>Is there anyone out there that is familar with this combo?
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