I wonder if someone can point me to where I am going wrong.
I have some GPS
data that I would like to replay through GPSd - and "watch" the yacht move.
I found a thread with someone's GPS
track crossing a Bay in the Pacific North West (on this forum) and typed the following commands into Ubunutu 10.10
gpsfake -D 2 -v victoriagps.txt
I then seen what looks to be sensible data.... from fakegps....
gpsd: launching (Version 2.94)
gpsd: listening on port 2947
gpsd: running with effective group ID 1000
gpsd: running with effective user ID 1000
gpsd: control socket connect on fd 7
gpsd: <= control(7): adding /dev/pts/1
gpsd: stashing device /dev/pts/1 at slot 0
3) Fire up openCpn
- set GPS Data to being Network GPSD
And Press OK.
Nothing !!!! FakeGps loops around.
4) Lets use another GPS utility to see if the fakecps is giving me any data
telnet 127.0.0.1 2947
Here you will be greeted by something like......
just type (or paste back)
And Sensible GPS Data does appear to be coming from Port 2947 (Default gpsd port).
So at the moment I am
gpsmon will not work
- command I am trying to use is
So where am I going wrong ?