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    This link appears to be dead... I can't find the project anymore. Anyone know where it is?

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    The roadster project is, unfortunately, dead. That is, until someone else can take it up

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    Directions told me that they release Navigator6 for Linux in Q2 2007. A while back I asked them about American Maps. Back then they told me they're working on this too.

    http://directions.ltd.uk/

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    If you're in Europe or North Africa, you may want to check navit ( http://navit.sf.net ).

    It still need some work, but it's useable yet.

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