May I also ask for an example text file of the command gpscsv -n 5 --cvt-isotime > gps.txt? Since I can’t get the program running just yet I would really appreciate seeing what it would look like in a text file?
Thank you for your time and consideration.
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On Jul 28, 2021, at 2:26 PM, Aranza Shaccid Leon <email@example.com> wrote:
May I ask what would fix the issue if I have the warning: ncurses not found, not building cgps or gpsmon.
The commands I gave so far are
I assumed I was missing this command (apt-get install scons libncurses-dev python-dev pps-tools) considering the warning above and the instructions for the installation and building but I'm receiving this warning/error. May I ask what is the solution for this situation?
May I also ask how I would remove this gpsd program? sudo apt purge gpsd doesn't work in this case.
On Tue, Jul 27, 2021 at 7:31 PM Gary E. Miller <firstname.lastname@example.org
On Tue, 27 Jul 2021 21:15:11 -0700
Aranza Shaccid Leon <email@example.com> wrote:
> Okay, I'll then attempt to download version 3.22, but I'm not sure how
> successful I'll be. Are the scons necessary for RPi's?
Much depends on which distro you are using, but all explained where
I previously pointed you:
> >> This, and a whole lot more, is explained in INSTALL.adoc and
> >> building.adoc. View online copies here:
> >> https://gpsd.io/installation.html
> >> https://gpsd.io/building.html
> I forgot to also ask, then if I wanted this gpscsv data (I was
> reading the link that was shared https://gpsd.io/gpscsv.html which
> is why I combined all of those commands together
That is clearly not a "why".
> and was wondering if
> that would work)
Asked, and answered:
> >> Nope. Many problems with that. I suggest you try something much
> >> simpler, like the examples from the man page, while keeping the
> >> man page in front of you.
> that I mentioned in the previous email would I have
> to make a file with the commands below(--> latitude, longitude,
> altHAE, time, xdop, ydop,vdop,tdop,hdop,gdop,pdop,
> nSat, uSat, epx, epy,epv,eph, and sep?):
Try it and see.
> nano gpsdata.py
I have no idea what gpsdata.py is...
> gpscsv -n 100 --cvt-isotime > gps.txt
> gpscsv -n 100 --cvt-isotime -f time,epx,epy,epv,eph,sep > gps.txt
> gpscsv -n 100 --cvt-isotime -c SKY > gps.txt
> gpscsv -n 100 --cvt-isotime -c SKY -f time,nSat,uSat > gps.txt
> Save the python file above and run it?
Since I do not know what you are trying to do, I have no idea if
that does it. But it does appear you are just over-writing the
I suggest that you learn by doing.
> If this does work,
I do not see it doing anything useful.
> my only issue is that I have repeating information
> (time) so is there a way to eliminate time in the other commands?
> Would getting rid of --cvt-isotime fix this?
Non-timestamped data is useless. You want to merge the different
csv data sets using time as the common key.
> What type of command could exclusively work just to print out the
That is in the man page example. I'm not here to read you the man page.
> I've been searching for these possible commands for a
> while, but most of my information is working with gpspipe or others
> are working with different language programs (such as Perl or Java).
gpscsv is new, so not much about it on the inner tubes yet.
This is UNIX, many ways to skin the cat.
> I have already used gpspipe, but I'm trying to make my information
> more organized hence why I'm asking about gpscsv, especially since I
> want to move my information from the text file into an Excel sheet.
You'll just blow up Excel.
As I already said:
> >> I suggest you back way up and start with some simple things, that
> >> you can thn build upon, before heading out into virgin territory.
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