[kismac] Re: possible GPSd implementation by William

  • From: Michael Rossberg <mick@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: kismac@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 13 May 2003 10:53:20 +0200

>> Oh, and those of you with GPS running already, using the netstumbler
>> log export, am I right in thinking that the longitude and latitude
>> figures given:
>> N 42.006413  W 87.566795     ( 101 ) BSS
>> are dd.mm(.)mmmm?  Nothing else seemed to make my home location come
>> close enough to my normal home waypoint.  So that the above would be:
>> 42.010688  -87.944658
>> in decimal degrees?
> You are right as far as I can tell; same problem here. Maybe Mick
> wants to add to the GPS preferences an option to indicate what the
> format of the GPS receiver is (pure decimal or the dd,(!comma not
> dot!)mm.(?)mmmm format. This will enhance the  precision of the map
> plots.

it looks like i made a mistake here.

> And maybe also show the particular GPS coordinates along with the
> 'last seen' in the Networks pane and a breadcrum trace in an empty
> map.

maybe in e....

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