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Re: [gpsd-users] gpsfake question

From: Joshua Quesenberry
Subject: Re: [gpsd-users] gpsfake question
Date: Wed, 10 May 2017 21:50:13 -0400


The GPGGA message includes hhmmss in the first field, however, you're correct 
that that's not enough to get a full date/time set if that's what gpsd needs. 
I'll play around with providing GPZDA and then if that doesn't work I'll make a 
GPRMC message to take place of all three.

I was under the impression from playing around with gpsfake in linux that a 
socket DOES get opened? When I tried to run gpsfake it would not run because 
the gpsd port 2947 was in use... only after I killed the systemd stuff would it 
start. Also, cgps would not run until after I had gpsfake running. Can you 
expand upon what the full workflow is? The gpsfake man page lacks examples.


Josh Q

-----Original Message-----
From: gpsd-users [mailto:address@hidden On Behalf Of Gary E. Miller
Sent: Wednesday, May 10, 2017 9:16 PM
To: 'gpsd users' <address@hidden>
Subject: Re: [gpsd-users] gpsfake question

Yo Joshua!

On Wed, 10 May 2017 21:07:47 -0400
"Joshua Quesenberry" <address@hidden> wrote:

> I'm using gpsfake like this: gpsfake -l -c 0.05 test.nmea

Good.  I did notice that you have no time in your test data.  gpsd wants to 
output full PVT solutions, and you are missing the T.

You need somethhing like a GPZDA to set the proper century, and maybe a GPRMC,  
RMC stands for "Recommended minimum specific GPS/Transit data", so considuer it 
a good minimum.

> For observing the data I was hoping to see updates using cgps.

You realize taht gpsfake does not open any port, like what cgps uses.  See the 
gpskafe man page.

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