Navit is a feasible alternative. I found it painful to setup but it's working well now.
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!
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>
where were you able to get Polnav to try out? I went to thier site and couldn't find a download/purchase link anywhere...
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?