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Thread: What GPS unit is everyone using in Linux?

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    well it looks like I was using the wrong cable the GPS. I have ordered a data cable and it should arrive soon. LOL, I will let you all know if it works with the right cable .

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    Garmin GPS-18

    I am using the Garmin GPS-18 serial version. I modified the power adapter to run off the 5v rail of my PC instead of the cigarette lighter adapter. Works great under Linux.

    I would love to change the world, but they won't give me the source code!

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    just waiting for that near perfect GPS Linux solution and then it's Linux and no turning back...
    Biostar MicroATX with 2600+ XP-M
    Xenarc TS VGA
    60GB Notebook Drive
    Opus 150W PSU
    Rikaline 6010 GPS
    Gyration Keyboard and Mouse (for passengers)
    Creative USB Sound Processor for easy headunit aux input integration
    Motorola Droid Wifi Hotspot service

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    Oct 2004
    Deluo USB device here, using GpsDrive. Works great, plug and play using SuSE 9.3.

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