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    GPS software - few ?s

    1. so is iguidence my best bet for good navigation, id be using it to find alot of addresses, for my job.

    2.will iguidence or any others run on red hat linux?

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    iGuidance - i use and find it to be the best. for best routing, i think ms s&t wins that award, but not really helpful in navigation, though 2005 is better. copiliot is another popular brand others use.

    linux. I believe someone is running iguidance on linux and mentioned that there were some limits, specifically in the area of speed/lag. your going to have to use wine for now.
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