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  • Linux GPS/NAV --- GPSDrive?

    I am planning on building a custom Linux distro and have not really came across many options in the Linux world to use for GPS/NAV.

    Is GPSDrive the only feasible software to use with Linux for this purpose? If not what are some alternatives? TIA!

  • #2
    Navit is a feasible alternative. I found it painful to setup but it's working well now.

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    • #3
      There is one more,Polnav from Polstar
      It can be used with Linux or Windows as can be seen in <a href="http://www.polstargps.com">here</a>

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      • #4
        Sygic Fleet has a Linux version as well.

        http://www.sygic.com/en/business:sdk

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        • #5
          Our Polnav screenshots are
          here
          and
          here also

          trying to learn :-)

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          • #6
            bandung_steve,

            where were you able to get Polnav to try out? I went to thier site and couldn't find a download/purchase link anywhere...

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            • #7
              Nasa,please check PM,download link for trial version

              I used to be an active map developer for Indonesian community maps.
              I am still in touch with some senior mappers,that's how i got a trial version

              You guys might want to check this sites out.
              I am ordering from Taiwan,however it will take a month (Chinese New Year there)
              Hopefully,there are some interest in this gps application,so somebody here in MP3Car would be able to integrate it
              onto RR,CF or even Linux one.
              I don't know how?

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