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Re: [gpsd-users] GPS fix last to long

From: Krzysztof Drobiński
Subject: Re: [gpsd-users] GPS fix last to long
Date: Thu, 06 Sep 2012 08:27:12 +0200
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On 05.09.2012 14:08, Eric S. Raymond wrote:
Krzysztof Drobiński <address@hidden>:
Here is the solution. Attached patch explains wrong behaviour in
case of fixed baudrate - maybe someone will find it useful.
The problem was that gpsd is using '0' speed for getting default
linux terminal settings even if  FIXED_PORT_SPEED is defined (It
took about 3 minutes for hunting first valid packet in my case).
Additionally there is no possibility to set stopbits value (I found
it is implemented in latest gpsd but there is no such feature in
That patch wasn't quite right, but I've merged something that should be
equivalent.  Please test.
Patch shows for the rest of gpsd-2.95 users the place where could be a problem - it was the intention.

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