[FOSS-GPS] Ntrip servers and casters?
iknowjoseph at gmail.com
Thu May 7 17:20:59 EDT 2009
Wow, that's great, thanks John,
I'll see if I can get it running tomorrow. I'm interested to see if I
can get it running on my phone (openmoko), but I'm not sure how useful
that would be; it could be fun to try, however.
2009/5/7 John Morris <john at coyotebush.net>:
> I named the project "nano-cast" and created a Google SVN repository.
> I'm pretty busy and wasn't able to set up a linux box to verify it still
> works. I'll be glad to answer questions, and if somebody is interested in
> using "nano-cast", I'll put some effort into polishing it up and creating a
> .rpm file.
> - John Morris
> -----Original Message-----
> From: John Morris [mailto:john at coyotebush.net]
> Sent: Tuesday, May 05, 2009 1:59 PM
> To: 'Open Source GPS-related discussion and support'
> Subject: RE: [FOSS-GPS] Ntrip servers and casters?
> I have a lightweight ntrip caster which fits on machines as small as a
> "slug" (the Linksys NSLU2 running Linux). I'll need a day or two to dust the
> code off. It works as a basic distribution point with no fancy features. A
> complete caster would have management interfaces, archives, protocol
> conversion and security. Mine just retransmits the bits.
> The goal was to run on a cheap, low power microcontroller which I could
> shove into a closet and forget.
> - John Morris
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