Clients for gpsd
xgps is a simple test client for gpsd with an X interface. It displays
current GPS position/time/velocity information and (for GPSes that
support the feature) the locations of accessible satellites.
xgpsspeed is a speedometer that uses position information from the GPS.
It accepts an -h option and optional argument as for gps, or a -v option
to dump the package version and exit. Additionally, it accepts -rv
(reverse video) and -nc (needle color) options.
cgps resembles xgps, but without the pictorial satellite display. It
can run on a serial terminal or terminal emulator.
gps These are the demonstration clients shipped with gpsd. They have some common options: The -h option causes each client to emit a summary of its options and then... gps2udp gps2udp is a tool to connect to gpsd and output the received sentences to one or many UDP host:port destinations. This makes the program useful for feeding AIS... gpscat gpscat is a simple program for logging and packetizing GPS data streams. It takes input from a specified file or serial device (presumed to have a GPS attached)... gpsdecode This tool is a batch-mode decoder for NMEA and various binary packet formats associated with GPS, AIS, and differential-correction services. It produces a JSON... gpspipe gpspipe is a tool to connect to gpsd and output the received sentences to stdout. This makes the program useful as a pipe from gpsd to another program or file...