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Re: Installing 3.20 gpsd from source on Raspberry Pi cards old and new.

From: Gary E. Miller
Subject: Re: Installing 3.20 gpsd from source on Raspberry Pi cards old and new.
Date: Wed, 10 Jun 2020 11:40:46 -0700

Yo David!

On Wed, 10 Jun 2020 15:27:48 +0100
"David J Taylor" <> wrote:

> You asked whether gpsd was running.  It is running.

My definition of running is not the same as yours.

> I have systems where the serial port isn't available, so gpsd isn't 
> installed on those systems.  Using a PPS feed with NTP is fine, and
> results in a substantial improvement.

At the loss of other capabilities.


I prefer standard deviations so I can compare systems easier.  Can't
tell with the scaling you use what is going on.

> NTPsec isn't in use here.


> The current generation of the Raspberry Pi OS is derived from the
> Linux OS commonly known as Buster - a little more memorable and
> easier to remember than:

Yes, exactly.  So few people understand the difference, or the full

>    4.19.97+ #1294 Thu Jan 30 13:10:54 GMT 2020 armv6l GNU/Linux

It is really running Linux kernel 4.19.97?  Scary.

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