So… I am new to dragonboard 410c, I think the latest release of Debian-based linux has already supported GPS while ubuntu-based has not yet (or maybe it is, too?) supported it. So I am wondering is there anything that I can do to make GPS working on Ubuntu-based linux and get GPS data?
There might be some small userspace tweaks needed to but the most important thing is to make sure the gps_proxy driver is enabled in your kernel:
You can tell if the driver is enabled because you’ll be able to see /dev/ttyGPS0 . If its not there you’ll have to dig about in the Ubuntu documentation and rebuild the kernel.