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* debian/gpsd.templates:

- Updating the manpage kategory of gpsd, thanks to Thijs Kinkhorst for the
    hint.
* debian/patches:
  - Adding INSTALL-description-fix, clarifying which device gpsd uses by
    default. Thanks to Dan Jacobson for reporting. (Closes: #329267)

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      debian/changelog
  2. 2
      debian/gpsd.templates
  3. 1
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      debian/patches/INSTALL-description-fix.dpatch

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debian/changelog

@ -1,3 +1,14 @@
gpsd (2.34.dfsg-2) UNRELEASED; urgency=low
* debian/gpsd.templates:
- Updating the manpage kategory of gpsd, thanks to Thijs Kinkhorst for the
hint.
* debian/patches:
- Adding INSTALL-description-fix, clarifying which device gpsd uses by
default. Thanks to Dan Jacobson for reporting. (Closes: #329267)
-- Bernd Zeimetz <bernd@bzed.de> Thu, 18 Oct 2007 18:55:43 +0200
gpsd (2.34.dfsg-1) unstable; urgency=low
* Hijacking the package as announced on debian-devel@lists.d.o

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debian/gpsd.templates

@ -12,7 +12,7 @@ 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(1) at any time, or you can use the hotplug interface for USB devices.
gpsd(8) at any time, or you can use the hotplug interface for USB devices.
Template: gpsd/daemon_options
Type: string

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debian/patches/00list

@ -4,3 +4,4 @@ no-xgpsspeed-manpage
default_units.dpatch
gpsd.hotplug_location.dpatch
gpxlogger-gps.h
INSTALL-description-fix

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debian/patches/INSTALL-description-fix.dpatch

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#! /bin/sh /usr/share/dpatch/dpatch-run
## INSTALL-description-fix.dpatch by Bernd Zeimetz <bernd@bzed.de>
##
## DP: fixing the INSTALL description (aka TROUBLESHOOTING in the package)
@DPATCH@
diff -urNad gpsd~/INSTALL gpsd/INSTALL
--- gpsd~/INSTALL 2006-12-15 00:43:39.000000000 +0100
+++ gpsd/INSTALL 2007-10-18 19:02:00.000000000 +0200
@@ -52,9 +52,9 @@
4. Start gpsd. It should not need any options.
-5. Once gpsd is running, telnet to port 2947. Type 'f' to see what
-device it will query. If you need to change the device, use 'f='
-to do so (see the manual page for details). Now plug in your GPS.
+5. Once gpsd is running, telnet to port 2947. By default gpsd will use
+/dev/ttyS0. If you need to change the device, use 'f=' to do so (see the
+manual page for details). Now plug in your GPS.
6. Type "wr" to start raw and watcher modes. You should see NMEA data
(text lines beginning with $) spewing out. You will also see lines
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