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[Bug 219750] Hotplug script not working in gpsd package.

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--- Comment #38 from AUDU Jerome <jau free fr>  2009-04-10 03:38:32 EDT ---
(In reply to comment #37)
> > Another thing, my "Keymaze 300" is know as a broken device
> > so I need to start gpds with "-b" option. 
> > I've updated to the /etc/sysconfig/gpsd file for that.
> > OPTIONS="-b -n"
> > 
> > Maybe it's a good idea to warn the user (maybe at install time)
> > that some GPS can be broken using default option (=> link to the man page 
> > of gpsd, or just a tips like use "-b" for safe session...  
> /etc/sysconfig is a common place on Red Hat/Fedora systems to configure
> daemons;  if your Keymaze 3000 has a unique usb id (ie, isn't detected through
> a serial converter) then we can probably add something to make the '-b'
> automatic.  Otherwise there will always be configuration required.  

My first msg was not enought clear... If you plug a KeyMaze 300 without "-b"
for GPSD, then, the keymaze 300 become useless! So, it would be nice 
to warn the user before... Currently , there is no way to precisely identify 
the keymaze 300 (unique USB id...)

I let you read this email about that.

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