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cgps, gegps, gps, lcdgps - simple clients for gpsd
cgps [-?] [--debug LVL] [--help] [--llfmt [[d] | [m] | [s]]] [--magtrack] [--silent] [--units [[i] | [n] | [m]]] [--version] [-D LVL] [-h] [-l [[d] | [m] | [s]]] [-m] [-s] [-u [[i] | [n] | [m]]] [-V] [server [:port [:device]]]
gegps [-?] [--debug LVL] [--device DEVICE] [--help] [--host HOST] [--initialize] [--kmldir DIRECTORY] [--port PORT] [--version] [-D DEBUG] [-d DIRECTORY] [-h] [-i] [-V] [server [:port [:device]]]
lcdgps [-?] [--help] [--sleep] [--version] [-h] [-j] [-l [[d] | [m] | [s]]] [-s] [-u [[i] | [n] | [m]]] [-V] [server [:port [:device]]]
These are some simple clients shipped with gpsd. They have some common options:
-?, -h, --help
By default, clients collect data from all compatible devices on localhost, using the default GPSD port 2947. An optional argument to any client may specify a server to get data from. A colon-separated suffix is taken as a port number. If there is a second colon-separated suffix, that is taken as a specific device name to be watched. However, if the server specification contains square brackets, the part inside them is taken as an IPv6 address and port/device suffixes are only parsed after the trailing bracket. Possible cases look like this:
cgps is a client resembling xgps, but without the pictorial satellite display and able to run on a serial terminal or terminal emulator.
-D LVL, --debug LVL
-l FMT, --llfmt FMT
-u UNITS, --units UNITS
Note: The USA Survey Foot is not supported.
cgps terminates when you send it a SIGHUP or SIGINT; given default terminal settings this will happen when you type Ctrl-C at it. It will also terminate on 'q'
This program collects fixes from gpsd and feeds them to a running instance of Google Earth for live location tracking.
-d DIR, --kmldir DIR
-D LVL, --debug LVL
A client that passes gpsd data to lcdproc, turning your car computer into a very expensive and nearly feature-free GPS receiver. Currently assumes a 4x40 LCD and writes data formatted to fit that size screen. Also displays 4- or 6-character Maidenhead grid square output.
The environment variable GPSD_UNITS is checked if no unit system is specified on the command line. It may be set to 'i'. 'imperial', 'm', 'metric', or 'n', 'nautical'.
LC_MEASUREMENT and then LANG are checked if no unit system has been specified on the command line, or in GPSD_UNITS. If the value is 'C', 'POSIX', or begins with 'en_US' the unit system is set to imperial. The default if no system has been selected defaults to metric.
gpsd(8), libgps(3), libgpsmm(3), gpsfake(1), gpsctl(1), gpscat(1), gpsprof(1). gpspipe(1). gpsmon(1). gpxlogger(1). xgps(1). xgpsspeed(1).
Remco Treffcorn, Derrick Brashear, Russ Nelson & Eric S. Raymond, Jeff Francis (cgps), Chen Wei <firstname.lastname@example.org> (gegps & xgpsspeed), Robin Wittler <email@example.com> (xgpsspeed).
This manual page by Eric S. Raymond <firstname.lastname@example.org>
|6 December 2020||The GPSD Project|