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Re: [gpsd-users] ublox EVK-6 problem & usb hotplug

From: Marek Floriańczyk
Subject: Re: [gpsd-users] ublox EVK-6 problem & usb hotplug
Date: Tue, 25 Apr 2017 21:01:22 +0200
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Dnia poniedziałek, 24 kwietnia 2017 10:09:31 CEST Gary E. Miller pisze:
> Yo Marek!
> > 
> > Gpsd is started with -N option.
> > ps ax|grep gpsd
> > 
> >  5949 ?        S<s    0:00 /usr/sbin/gpsd -N
> Well, there's you problem.  You need -n.


Thanks, this option seems to work on my laptop with gpsd 3.16-4. 
Gpsd works well when connected to my laptop. I was driving for a few hours and 
no problem.

Unfortunately on Cubieboad I have Debian Jessie, and gpsd 3.11 and with "-n" 
option effect was the same - I'm receiving the same coords after a few 

So I have compiled from sources 3.16, compilation and all tests went well,
When I run gpsd with options:
address@hidden:/usr/local/sbin# ./gpsd -n -F /var/run/gpsd.sock /dev/ttyACM0

I can see on telnet that there is data to collect:

?WATCH={"enable":true, "nmea":true}
ttyACM0","driver":"u-blox","subtype":"SW 7.03 (45970),HW 00040007,6.02 

However it does not detect ublox gps plugged into usb anymore, so it is not 
device independent :( I have to start gpsd with /dev/ttyACM0

Does someone know what I'm missing ? I have made scons udev-install.

I have included all build output and gpsd -h

I haven't tested version 3-16 yet with the car, will do that tomorrow.

Best Regards

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