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Debian PackageThese Archives represents the current development state for gpsdrive. I try to syncronize it everytime i check in something into the SVN. It's for those of you who want to have a package for installation rather than checking out from the SVN.
- REMEMBER SVN Revision: These File are moving Targets!!! For Bug reports please tell me/us which Date you downloaded it! Or even better download the current Verison and test if your Bug/Feature/Behaviour is the same with the current Version.
- BACKUP YOUR SYSTEM: This is a snapshot of the SVN so I expext you have an up-to-date Backup and are aware that errors, incomplete or undescribed Features can and will be found in this Version.
Repository for squeeze (debian-testing)
/etc/apt/sources.list # Gpsdrive Packages deb http://www.gpsdrive.de/debian squeeze main deb-src http://www.gpsdrive.de/debian squeeze main
Repository for lenny (debian-stable)
/etc/apt/sources.list # Gpsdrive Packages deb http://www.gpsdrive.de/debian lenny main deb-src http://www.gpsdrive.de/debian lenny main
Repository for intrepid (Ubuntu)
/etc/apt/sources.list # Gpsdrive Packages deb http://www.gpsdrive.de/ubuntu intrepid main
Repository for maemo (Nokia N810)
/etc/apt/sources.list # Gpsdrive Packages deb http://www.gpsdrive.de/maemo diablo main
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Set Priorities for squeeze (testing)/etc/apt/preferences
Package: gpsdrive* Pin: origin "http://www.gpsdrive.de" Pin-Priority: 998 Package: gpsdrive* Pin: release a=squeeze v=2.10-svn Pin-Priority: 998
Overview of the available Debian PackagesHere the short overview about the debian packages at http://www.gpsdrive.de/debian/pool/main/:
This is the main GpsDrive Package. It holds the gpsdrive binary and all dependencies needed to run the program.
This package holds the Satelite maps which are used to get a broad overview when starting gpsdrive. They are not necessarily needed. But the help finding your way around until you have other data-sources/maps installed.
This package holds the icons used to display "Point of Interrests". The source of these icons is at http://svn.openstreetmap.org/applications/share/map-icons. an overview about the existing icons can be found at: http://www.gpsdrive.de/development/map-icons/overview.en.shtml
One of these Packages is required by openstreetmap-map-icons_*_all.deb. This Package holds the Icons itself.
The OpenStreetMap Editor Josm with a lot of his plugins
A lot of utilities which are usefull for working with osm Data.
The renderer GosMore
The OpenStreetMap Editor merkaartor
These package are a copy of the current mapnik rendering library. If you want to use vector-data with gpsdrive you'll have to install these packages too.
This package is currently deprecated. It held some of the old openstreetmap data itself.
the current method to get up to date Map Data from Openstreetmap is to use the openstreetmap-utils package and then to use something like the command
mapnik-osm-updater.sh can be found in the openstreetmap-utils package.