[CS-FSLUG] Still need to get gps working, and now I'm where I really need it.

Fred A. Miller fmiller at lightlink.com
Wed Jan 16 21:40:44 CST 2013

On 01/16/2013 08:13 PM, davidm at hisfeet.net wrote:
> I have been asking for some help with Gps, and now I'm in the field where
> I had hoped to use it, and till haven't got it working. gpsd just gives me
> an error saying that it can't...  that maybe an instance of gpsd is
> already running.
> Can anybody guide me to a good tutorial on the subject?  I haven't been
> able to find one on my own, or get any answers on this or other boards.
> Seems like something that should be pretty common - to get gps working on
> a laptop.

I gave you everything valid I could find....sorry! I know it's a "gray 
area" in Linux to be sure.


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