Hey everyone, Long time user, first time poster! I'm a big fan of GPSDrive (gpsdrive.de), which I usually use for navigational purposes when (war)driving. While I love Kismac, the calibrating of maps and what not is still too cumbersome for me, and being a macosx user, I can't take advantage of GPSDrive's Kismet support. GPSDrive includes a GPSd daemon that other programs like gpsmap (on sourceforge) can connect to. Have you thought about adding support to kismac for this? I havn't looked into it, but I think it just opens the gps (serial) port, and then binds to a tcp port and dumps NMEA information. I currently can't use gpsdrive and kismac at the same time with gps features (even if i'm not using kismacs mapping functionality, i'd like to have APs i've found stamped with their coordinates), because gpsdrive opens the serial port to start gpsd, and then kismac can't get an exclusive lock (duh). What do you guys think?