X300B + GPSD + OpenWRT

Now the GPS work the X300B, that’s great!
I try now to configurate the GPSD service for have a tcp socket on the LAN port for put the GPS information to a lan element.
Somebody have the configuration of the GPSD for the X300B ?
If i find it, i will creat a little howto for that.

Great, i have find the solution with this wiki and with OpenWrt 22.03.3 r20028-43d71ad93e / LuCI openwrt-22.03 branch git-22.361.69894-438c598

For a new install of OpenWRT , you have to install this paquet to :

For GPSD :
The configuration of /etc/config/gpsd

config gpsd ‘core’
option device ‘/dev/ttyUSB1’
option port ‘2947’
option listen_globally ‘true’
option enabled ‘false’

If you want tou activaite a gpsd server put option enabled ‘true’ and reboot.

For have a great viewer in luci => luci-app-gpoint

Attention disable gpsd (option enabled ‘false’) or you cant use luci-app-gpoint

And for debug => picocom /dev/ttyUSB1

Thx for your opensouce product GL inet !

Hi! Starting from version 2.5.1, luci-app-gpoint supports the use of GPSD! So now you can use GPSD and have a great client, as well as support for transferring data to your server! Thank you for your interest in the project and for your feedback!

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It’s perfect, i have test your plugin, it’s really great!
I have used a a windows client GPS for check the remote GPS of the openWRT router (vicking) and it’s working like a charmed!

Now, for a lambda user, if you can insert the control or the configuration of the service of GPSD it was great… but for me, it’s perfect!
many many thx for your work @Kodo-kakaku ) !