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[gpsd-dev] -g ; commit 81f1ee311f7915676ebfaaff337f9942e1

From: Sanjeev Gupta
Subject: [gpsd-dev] -g ; commit 81f1ee311f7915676ebfaaff337f9942e18791d5
Date: Mon, 25 Nov 2013 19:49:45 +0800


In the log for 81f1ee311f7915676ebfaaff337f9942e18791d5 , you state:

    Apparently gnuplot X11 mode is dead.

and you have changed the help to state: -g leapsecond.cache | gnuplot -e 'set terminal svg' - | display

On my Ubuntu 14.04 (yes, the dev version, not a early build passed to me privately by Mark S), there are multiple packages, all conflicting with each other (you can only install one)

gnuplot-nox - Command-line driven interactive plotting program. No-X package
gnuplot-qt - Command-line driven interactive plotting program. QT-package
gnuplot-x11 - Command-line driven interactive plotting program. X-package

I think you might have the no-X package.  For me, the earlier command line displays very well.

I suggest that for most desktop systems, gnuplot will support X, and if it doesn't, neither will imagemagick (for the "display" command).

Sanjeev Gupta
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