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Re: Problems with gpsd under BullsEye

From: Gary E. Miller
Subject: Re: Problems with gpsd under BullsEye
Date: Sat, 1 Jan 2022 11:49:22 -0800

Yo Don!

On Sat, 1 Jan 2022 14:05:21 -0500
Don Rolph <> wrote:

> Since I don't own the Dire Wolf code, I must defer to the author.

And where is he?  Does he not care to get this fixed?

Are we giving you all this help and the upstream code will not get fixed??

> "If you can reproduce, with all code from 3.23.2~dev
>   start gpsd with a MTK3333 (without systemd, which adds in
> complexity)
>   connect to gpsd with a client
>   observe a crazy high rate of messages:

I'm still waiting for a deinition of "high rate of messages"?
Most gpsd clients consider that a good thing.

> I am unsure what command line clients there are to monitor
> the output of gpsd.

You can use cgps to watch some of the gpsd output in a freindly 

> I can of course monitor the output of the
> MT3333, but I have already been monitoring this and it basically is
> the messages every two seconds.

Which would be very weird.  Most GNSS receivers default to a fix
every second.

> Thoughts on a command line client to capture output of gpsd into say
> a log?

To see the raw from the MT3333, with gpsd running:  gpspipe -R

To see the JSON from gpsd:  gpspipe -w

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