David Taylor <david-tay...@blueyonder.co.uk.invalid> wrote:I don't know much about the raspberry.
> Ignoring the offset for the moment, if I power up the Rasberry Pi from
> cold while it sees the PPS signals (to an interrupt-driver GPIO pin) is
> never sees gpsd data ( and trying cgps -s also times out with a can't
> connect). I've left it for about 30 minutes but gpsd never sees data.
> When I then do a warm reboot NTP sees data from gpsd right away and cgps
> -s works as well.
> My feeling is that I should concentrate on getting the PC to see GPS
> Actually, I'm not even sure myself, as I recall that from a cold boot,
> What do you think?
I think it is sort of standard Linux, but then there really is no
What does the /etc/rc.d/gpsd file look like as it is now?
Is there a /etc/udev/rules.d/ directory with some .rules files in it?
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