Using GPS Logger on Linux via a serial terminal

Aaronia GPS and Data-Logger (also logging/including: Gyro, Tilt, Air Pressure, Height, Speed, Digital Compass)

Using GPS Logger on Linux via a serial terminal

Postby stm » Monday 12. October 2015, 14:49

To get the GPS Logger working on a Linux OS you have to create a rules file in the folder /etc/udev/rules.d/
Name it for example: 70-aaronia-gps-logger.rules
(Root privileges required)!

Insert the following line into the file: ACTION=="add", SUBSYSTEM=="usb", ATTR{idVendor}=="0403", ATTR{idProduct}=="e8db", MODE="0666"
Save and close the file and reboot your system.

Now you can connect the GPS Logger device and control it via a serial terminal software like described in the GPS-Logger Programming Guide.
See link below: ... 140718.pdf
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