IMPORTANT: BT747 is updated with a CERTIFICATE to comply with JAVA 7 (1.7.0_51) security.
(I bought a trusted certificate (provided by a trusted authority) for about $300. Received it on Jan. 17, 2014.
Thank you (!) to the users that donated a bit (thanks!) to partially cover the cost of the certificate.
If every person using BT747 would donate $1 the cost would be covered in about two weeks (luckyly for you, I did not wait to cover the cost).
Installing the desktop version of BT747 for GPS control is fairly easy through the 'Java Web Start' system. This system works on Windows flavours, MacOS and Linux.
To download zip files follow this link.
On Ubuntu it is recommended to Install sun-java6 first
For easy installation (RECOMMENDED!), use one of these links:
Try the desktop version of BT747 or Install the desktop version of BT747
Try the development version, Install the current development version or keep it up to date automatically.
On recent machines or in case of trouble with the serial link: BT747 Latest using RxTx 2.2pre2 (RxTx dev version) for Windows 32 & 64 bit, MacOSX, Linux or Install the development version using RXTX2.2pre or Install the stable version using RXTX2.2pre
I've just bought a Qstarz BT-Q1300S, and I would be the happiest man in world if I could configure it (at least, get data) from my ubuntu. I've seen the Qstarz BT-Q1300 on Ubuntu 8.04 (Hardy Heron) post, but I must acknowledge I'm not good enough in kernel compiling to perform this kind of tuning.
Have some of you already managed to use a Qstarz BT-Q1300S with BT747 on ubuntu ?
Since I've installed icedtea on Debian/Linux (because of the extermination of Sun's java in the main distro) some things work better (more debug info :)) and some doesn't. One which doesn't is bt747 jnlp installers since they simply choke on:
Tested only with java Web Start. Command line for launcher:
In menus select:
Settings - Device Protocol - "Holux M-1000C / GPSport 245"
To connect to device via USB data cable (not USB power cable from HOLUX package):
or via blueman (pincode for pairing 0000):
"/dev/rfcomm0" "115200" (port must be not used by gpsd)
je viens d'aquerir un GPS Holux 260. Je n'ai que Ubuntu chez moi pour récupérer mes traces.
A ce jour, je n'arive pas à récuperer mes traces, la communication par USB entre le GPS et mon ordi ne semble ne pas fonctionner.
Y'a-t-il une manipulation que je n'ai pas bien effectué?
Y'a-t-il un moyen simple de savoir sur quel port USB le GPS est connecter? (/dev/ttyS0, /dev/ttyS1 ou /dev/ttyUSB0 ?)
Voila ce que me retourne la commande lsusb