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Tags: gps

Garmin's MapSource software is hardly the only reason for me to boot into Windows and it does not look like Garmin ever wants to address Linux users by writing a portable piece of software. So I started to help myself. I found several tools like GPSBabel or sendmap to handle data for my GPS receiver but no tool to visualize and manage this data in a decent way. On my quest I found a specification of the used IMG format for maps at Sourceforge. After some reading and toying around I considered this specification good enough to start a GUI project to visualize such files. QLandkarte is the result of this effort.

Implemented features are:

- eMap (serial, experimental)
- eTrex Legend (serial, experimental)
- eTrex Vista (serial, experimental)
- eTrex Legend C (usb)
- eTrex Venture Cx (usb, untested)
- eTrex Vista Cx (usb)
- GPSmap 60CS (usb)
- GPSmap 60Cx (usb, untested)
- GPSmap
Interface: Graphical (Qt)
Available deb Repositories (how-to add a respository)
Debian 32-bit

Ubuntu 32-bit 64-bit
precise 1.2.3-1build1 1.2.3-1build1

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