[time-nuts] ntpd not talking to gpsd
chris.kuethe at gmail.com
Wed Apr 2 15:58:00 EDT 2008
On Tue, Apr 1, 2008 at 10:31 PM, Matthew Smith <matt at smiffytech.com> wrote:
> For some reason, running -D 5 on my Sun Blade 100, I am not seeing any
> mention of the DCD changing state (logic probe shows that the line is
> getting the 1PPS correctly), although this is working OK on my Linux
> ThinkPad, via a USB to serial adapter. (And yes, I have made sure that
> the Sun connector uses pin 1 as DCD, just in case anything was being
> done in a non-standard way.)
> (The second bit was just commented out on the Linux box - the Blade is
> running OpenBSD - in case the Linux kernel didn't understand PPS.)
I'm going to suggest that you check the gpsd mailing list archives for
some hints. I don't actually use the gpsd pps stuff. I just use gpsd
to pass around location data.
Waitaminnit... If you're using the OpenBSD package, I disabled the
ntpshm/pps stuff in favour of activating the nmea(4) line discipline
to drive openntpd. I suppose you could adjust the port's makefile, but
I've not actually tested the ntp.org daemon.
GDB has a 'break' feature; why doesn't it have 'fix' too?
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