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Re: Testing 3.23: Status so far....

From: Charles Curley
Subject: Re: Testing 3.23: Status so far....
Date: Sun, 1 Aug 2021 13:47:42 -0600

On Sun, 01 Aug 2021 19:21:45 +0200
Bernd Zeimetz <> wrote:

> On Sat, 2021-07-31 at 17:14 -0600, Charles Curley wrote:
> > However, it was not getting
> > installed via "scons udev-install". Providing my own helped.
> > However, copying packaging/deb/ and
> > substituting /run for @RUNDIR@ seems to have worked.  
> Please note that GPSD_OPTIONS and DEVICES should just be empty if you
> want the systemd/hotplug service to work as expected.

Those two options as provided are


-n works for me.

> > I also tried the version in the Bullseye repository, and that ran
> > gpsd, but it never connected to the gps receiver when I plugged it
> > in.  
> And now you are expecting that I magically know what the issue is?

No. Just reporting the fact. But now that you mention it, it would have
been nice. :-)

> If you want that to work, first start would be to see if udev handles
> your device. And if so
> > However, because of the October Surprise, that version is moot.  
> That doesn't make a difference here, service handling won't change
> between 3.22 and 3.23
> > @Bernd, any chance you would be willing to build 3.23-rc1 bullseye
> > and buster debian packages, so I can test actual packages?  
> Just use 3.22, its not october yet. And the the startup part will
> just work like 3.23. As long as your gps module does not need 3.23,
> you can debug your issues just fine.


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