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Old 20-07-2010, 08:59   #1
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Location: Cambridge, UK
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AIS Under gpsd

First up - OpenCPN is an absolutley first rate app. Well done. I've been using it on and off for aorund a year, but am now building a dedicated boat nav/media/comm pc using a Hawkboard.

Before I go buying bits off ebay, can anyone confirm that I can use gpsd to marshall AIS information. Do I set the GPS input to 'gpsd' and the AIS port to 'None'? - I kind of expected to find an AIS input option of 'gpsd'...

Cheers, Mark
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