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Re: Segfault after upgrade.

From: Gary E. Miller
Subject: Re: Segfault after upgrade.
Date: Fri, 22 May 2020 11:50:59 -0700

Yo David!

On Fri, 22 May 2020 19:39:34 +0100
"David J Taylor" <address@hidden> wrote:

> 0. I removed the old version and rebooted.  The only two "gpsd" files 
> remaining were:
>   /etc/init.d/gpsd
>   /etc/default/gpsd

Remove them too.  They are not part of gpsd.

> Having added buster-backports I then ran:
>   sudo apt-get install -t buster-backports gpsd gpsd-clients
> python-gps

Someone that understand raspbian buster will need to answer that.

Dunno why you keep doing things the ahrd way...

> 1.  I don't know how to do this.  I did try sudo service gpsd stop,
> which seemed to work, and ps -e | grep gps showed no process.

Stopping the service does not precvent it from restarting.

You will not see a gpsd process when systemd is in the way.  Which is why
I did not suggest it.

> 4.  netstat -apn | fgrep 2947
> tcp        0      0*
> LISTEN 1/init
> tcp6       0      0 ::1:2947                :::*
> LISTEN 1/init

Ugh.  systemd still has the port.  Game over, do not pass go, go not
collect $200.

read the gpsd doc on shootinig systemd in the head.

> 6. I don't understand.  dmesg | grep gps  shows no messages.

Easy to understand.  gpsd never logs to dmesg.

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