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Templates based on review from jbr@edlug.org.uk

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Template: gpsd/device
Type: string
_Description: Device your GPS receiver is attached to:
Enter the device your GPS is attached to; this will probably be something
like /dev/ttyS0 or /dev/ttyUSB0.
_Description: Device the GPS receiver is attached to:
Enter the device the GPS receiver is attached to. This will probably be
something like /dev/ttyS0 or /dev/ttyUSB0.
.
You can enter several devices, separated by spaces.
Multiple devices may be specified as a space-separated list.

Template: gpsd/start_daemon
Type: boolean
Default: false
_Description: Should gpsd start on boot?
If your GPS receiver is permanently attached to your computer, you might
want to start gpsd at boot time. Otherwise, you can run it by calling
gpsd(8) at any time, or you can use the hotplug interface for USB devices.
_Description: Start gpsd automatically on boot?
If the GPS receiver is permanently attached to this computer, it might be
appropriate for gpsd to start at boot time. Alternatively it can be started
by the hotplug interface for USB devices, or by running gpsd(8) manually.

Template: gpsd/daemon_options
Type: string
_Description: Options to gpsd:
You can give additional arguments when starting gpsd; see gpsd(8) for a
list of options.

Template: gpsd/autodetection
Type: boolean
Default: false
_Description: Start gpsd automatically on attaching a USB GPS receiver?
Please note that several GPS receivers use common USB-to-serial converter
chips. If this computer has non-GPS devices attached with USB-to-serial
converters, gpsd may misbehave or interfere with tools like gpsbabel, so
it is recommended to reject this option.

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