Well Mick, I've only used the Holux USB GPS under Classic with Route66. That works fine, but it's not really OSX :) I checked the /DEV/ directory while the GPS was connected, but I couldn't see anything in there that contains USB in its name. Is there anyone else on this list with a Holux GPS ? Lieven > From: Michael Rossberg <mick@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> > Reply-To: kismac@xxxxxxxxxxxxx > Date: Fri, 7 Mar 2003 07:35:28 +0100 > To: kismac@xxxxxxxxxxxxx > Subject: [kismac] Re: KisMAC 0.04a GPS Success > > internally all usb gps devices convert from usb -> serial. i read the > fact sheet on the internet and yours should do this also. however i > could not find a driver for it and therefore i could not see, which > chipset it is using for this conversion. a lot of gps devices (like > mine) use the PL2302 chipset from prolific. they have a good osx driver > for it. > > the tty device is the serial interface to the operating system. its > correct name depends on the driver for this chipset. have you got your > holux to work with other programs on os x? >> >> How can I find out what the TTY for my GPS device is (eg: >> /dev/tty.usbserial0). Where can I find mine that works with the Holux >> usb ? >> If I select auto detect, than it shows : "no NMEA compat. Gps"