Buxton and GPS logging

Last weekend was my training weekend for this summer's World Challenge trip to Chile. My World Challenge team spent two days camping in Buxton, with one of the main exercises being a 17km hike on Saturday.

For the hike, I had my GPS logger turned on, and collected rather a nice log for the round trip. As I alluded to previously, however, I can't find a way to extract the data from the logger on Linux. Since mtkbabel explicitly can't yet support the M-241, I had to extract the logs on Windows. Still, they turned out well.

4 thoughts on “Buxton and GPS logging

  1. Philip Withnall Post author

    I've just tried it, and while the interface is nasty, it does seem to have worked. Looks like that's where I'll have to focus my efforts. Thanks!

  2. Marcus Bauer

    I have started to write a GTK+/GNOME application for map and GPS on the desktop (under GPL). Still a quite new project, but usable already. Maybe you have some use for it. To be found at http://www.tangogps.org. I'm always interested in getting feedback to improve it.

  3. Daniel

    gpsbabel now supports Holux M-241. There is a patch on the mailinglist for the cvs version of gpsbabel. It works without any problems...maybe you will try it....

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