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Re: [ITR] templates://gpsd/{gpsd.templates}


unfortunately I had to modify the gpsd template again to make the user's life
more easy after I got some bug reports about problems during the upgrade. I've
attached the new template file and a diff to the old one, could you please
review the changed parts?



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Template: gpsd/device
Type: string
_Description: Device the GPS receiver is attached to:
 Please enter the device the GPS receiver is attached to. It will probably be
 something like /dev/ttyS0 or /dev/ttyUSB0.
 Multiple devices may be specified as a space-separated list.
 Leave empty if you don't want to connect gpsd to a device on boot or if you
 want to use device autodetection only.

Template: gpsd/start_daemon
Type: boolean
Default: true
_Description: Start gpsd automatically?
 If you accept this option, gpsd will be started automatically.

Template: gpsd/socket
Type: string
Default: /var/run/gpsd.sock
_Description: gpsd control socket path
 Please enter the gpsd control socket location. Usually you want to keep
 the default setting.

Template: gpsd/daemon_options
Type: string
_Description: Options to gpsd:
 You can give additional arguments when starting gpsd; see gpsd(8) for a
 list of options.
 Do not use '-F' here, the control socket path is set with a different
 debconf question.

Template: gpsd/autodetection
Type: boolean
Default: true
_Description: Should gpsd handle attached USB GPS receivers automatically?
 As gpsd only handles GPS devices, it is safe to choose this option.
 However, you can disable it if gpsd is causing interference with other
 attached devices or programs.

Template: gpsd/brokenconfig
Type: error
_Description: Unusable gpsd configuration
 Do not specify a control socket (using the -F option) within
 the options to gpsd. It as added automatically using the value you've
 specified in the gpsd socket debconf question.

Attachment: gpsd.templates.diff
Description: application/pgp-keys

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