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Re: Masterclock GMR-1000 with gpsd?

From: Greg Troxel
Subject: Re: Masterclock GMR-1000 with gpsd?
Date: Fri, 27 May 2022 07:17:51 -0400
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"Preston L. Bannister" <> writes:

> The device offers options to output NMEA to an Ethernet endpoint
> (address:port) - presumably via UDP. There are also options for USB and
> serial. No luck on any yet - at least in the first pass.

If you can get NMEA and feed it to gpsd, that should work.

gpsd, as documented in the man page (am assuming you read that before
asking ;-) can listen on a UDP port.  It can also get data from serial
ports, and when you say "USB" presumably that is serial over USB, which
the OS turns into a device that acts like a serial port.

Also, be sure to have gpsd 3.24 (latest formal release) or the tip of
master from git; questions about older versions here will be rejected
with advice to upgrade.

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