TomTom the Portable GPS software is available for linux!
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 7, 2009
My friend's dad, uses windows still with really the thing keeping him on it is TomTom. Its a must use for him. However I haven't seen any .debs for it and until recently didn't even know it provided its source code: http://www.tomtom.com/page.php?Page=gpl#top
Anyone know if there are any .deb packages somewhere for it. I haven't had any luck finding any yet.
GPS Navigation with UBUNTU
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 9, 2009
IM sitting with a eeepc 900 and a garmin 301 and would like to use them for car or/and boat navigation. I tried briefly gpsdrive, but it doesnt fit the screen size and I cant connect my 301 to the serial port (ie the modprobe doesnt work.) so my question is: Are there any other gps linux apps out there in the linux software jungle.
LXer: GPS Navigation App Gets New and Important Features on Ubuntu Touch
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 24, 2015
Published at LXer:
GPS navigation is an important function for any smartphone, but there wasn't anything for Ubuntu Touch until recently. As it happens, an application that's called just that, GPS Navigation, has been released a few weeks back and now a new major update has been made available.
what's the best navigation system GPS software for LINUX for Europe?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 28, 2010
I found this one, but http://linux-7110.sourceforge.net/sc...dumpnet_04.png
this one is only for US. Is there something for linux for Europe.
looking for open source GPS and navigation software
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 21, 2007
I was wondering if anyone has any experience with GPS + navigation software in linux. I am looking for a 3d application that will navigate me with rotating the map and voice commands like "TURN LEFT"
I have an NMEA compatible GPS receiver.
GPS portable that syncs via Linux?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 27, 2009
I have a TomTom One that I would like to be able to update via my Linux machine. I know that the Micro$soft PC resident client, TomTomHome fails to find the USB device under Wine although it is reported to work under the SUN version of VirtualBox (not from repo).
My question: is there any portable GPS device, intended for vehicle use, that can sync/update via Linux? If there is such a GPS device I'll replace my TomTom with it.
usb gps dongle navigation
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 30, 2012
Hy, can anyone help me with installing ANY navigation system on my laptop. I bought usb dongle gt-730f http://www.canmore.com.tw/productsho...1&mainkidname=
and I learned how to connect to it (using gpsd) but I can't find any good program to run it on. I have tried
navi(instalation folder is empty and can't find navi.xml....)
foxrotGPS(works but I can't make route...)
I have problem of finding program to work in witch I can set a route and that it is navigating me in the city. Like garmin, but on laptop. Does anyone know anything that can help me please, It is making me nuts for over a week.
p.s. I'm using Ubuntu 11.10
Which navigation system GPS program for LINUX for your PDA?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 13, 2010
You install LINUX everywhere, even on your old badger/ beaver, so I am sure that you have too your PDA under LINUX. Was bit tricky but it runs LINUX
Which program shall we use for running the navigatino system? Which program does it exists for LINUX?
Target is this under LINUX:
LINK : http://www.blogcdn.com/www.engadget....n-nuvi-gps.jpg
but with your transformed PDA under LINUX.
LXer: GPS Offline Navigation Coming to Ubuntu Touch
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 17, 2015
Published at LXer:
Ubuntu Touch is a young platform, but it's already getting some apps that would make other platforms jealous, like offline GPS navigation, for example.
USB OS: Ubuntu/Mint, Knoppix or Puppy for portable OS?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 20, 2010
Which OS would you say would best fit on an 8gb USB flash drive, that you could do the most with on the range of computers that you would encounter in an SF Bay Area University or College or Library? Next: Same question again for 4gb drive. Same answer? How functional would you say puppy linux is from flash drive? Is USB Gnome functional enough for most library computers and college library computers, or am I spoiled with my phenom quad and overestimating its abilities? How would a heavily fortified Puppy Linux compare to something like Xubuntu or LXDE-Mint? I on the 8gb drive I would want permanent storage and to be able to save my settings, not just have it act like a live CD. Using a second partition is ok, but it would be more convenient and space efficient for it to be all on the /home partition. Creating a second profile for this is ok. What would you pick and why if you had 3 USB drives and wanted to devote 2 of them (8gb and 4gb) to operating systems?
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