|Subject:||[gpsd-dev] A strange observation...|
|Date:||Wed, 04 Jul 2012 09:04:03 +0200|
to verify the decodings of the nmea2000 driver, i use a "second" gpsd on another port, and a second gpsmon. I observe a time difference between these two gpsmon's.
Tracking down this observation, i start a a gpsmon on the reference gpsd (working on a bluetooth SIRF III GlobatSat BT 338) and a second "gpsmon -n" connecting to the same gpsd.
These two gpsmon's show a time difference of of five seconds!
The gpsmon and gpsd a are build from HEAD of the git repository. The hardware is a netbook with an intel atom and ubuntu 10.04 as operating system.
I also what to note, that a few month ago, i can suspend this machine with gpsd and gpsmon running, wake them, switch the BT 338 on again, and the gpsmon starts to update the position again. With current builds, i have to restart the gpsmon, often twice, to get the gpsmon running again. But i am not sure, if this problem is introduced with updates of gpsd or with updates of the operating system.
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