Thanks @ndec. I will try to investigate it.
I’m noticing that the pds patch for gpsd is over a year old, and hasn’t made it upstream yet. What’s the hold up? I’ve been working with gpsd upstream for just a few days now, and I’m finding them to be extremely responsive. They’ve already merged several patches that I’ve provided to them for supporting Android.
I think part of the reason is that the code does not work as expected on 820C.
I have been working with linux based system, and the file system is from
And I do have installed:
qrtr-apps gnss-gpsd qdsp-config
Being new to GPS framework,need some help on how to fix:
$ systemctl start qdsp-start.service
Failed to start qdsp-start.service: Unit qdsp-start.service not found.
CGPS & GPSMON didnt print NMEA strings…
Is there anything I’m doing wrong?? Any reference/reading suggestions?? Thanks…
I’m afraid the situation hasn’t changed since Apr 1:
In other words the components needed for GPS have been enabled in the Debian snapshot images but are known not to be working.
Thanks @danielt, will continue to debug from my perspective…
Please do update if you find them(cgps & gpsmon) working.
Any update on GPS in DB820c Debian?
Can someone give pointers to debug this further?
Any update on GPS support on Dragonboard 820c?
AFAIK, there is no plan for now.
I have tried to rebuild gpsd & after having replaced all new set of binaries (gpsd,cgps,gpsmon the systemd service & socket file also lib*.so files) to respective locations.
I found that in gpsd.service:
But there is no such service:
systemctl status chronyd
Unit chronyd.service could not be found.
Is it the error causing gpsd service not to function properly??
I even tried reloading service with:
This loaded /usr/bin/gpsd , still no luck with NMEA strings…
Any suggestions ?? Thanks in advance…