[FOSS-GPS] RTKLIB - rtkrcv in linux.
yjmenezes at yahoo.com.br
Sat Jun 2 17:13:16 PDT 2012
--- Em sáb, 2/6/12, Jefferson Luiz Ferreira <jeffersonlferreira at yahoo.com.br> escreveu:
De: Jefferson Luiz Ferreira <jeffersonlferreira at yahoo.com.br>
Assunto: [FOSS-GPS] RTKLIB - rtkrcv in linux.
Para: "foss-gps at lists.osgeo.org" <foss-gps at lists.osgeo.org>
Data: Sábado, 2 de Junho de 2012, 13:20
I'm running rtkrcv in linux, but I found some troubles.
I can't run rtkrcv as a command line, without enter the command prompt.
Someone knows how call rtkrcv without the command prompt?
When I call like this:
./rtkrcv -s -o config_file.conf
the command prompt open and stay opened until I do a shutdown.
I want to execute the rtkrcv from a script without any message.
I wrote an script just now, the problem is how to stop the daemon, may be thru a telnet console.
#$ GPL2 by yjmenezes at gmail.com ver 1.0 at 2012-06-02 $
# This is just one idea.
if [ $# -lt 5 ]; then
echo `basename $0` "
rtkrcv [-s][-p port|-d dev][-o file][-t level]
-s start RTK server on program startup
-p port port number for telnet console
-m port port number for monitor stream
-d dev terminal device for console
-o file configuration file
-r level output solution status file (0:off,1:states,2:residuals)
-t level debug trace level (0:off,1-5:on)
echo `basename $0` "-s -d /dev/ttyACM0 -o rtkrcv.conf " 1>&2
echo "ps -ef | grep ^rtkit to see it running and/or to send USR2 signal to the process; kill -USR2 [PID]" 1>&2
ARGS=`echo $*` 1>&2
echo "args:" $ARGS 1>&2
I hope it helps.
Wich receiver are you working with ?
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