[ntp:questions] Re: TrueTime GPS-Receiver
Nelson, Ryan Lorne
t9hcq at unb.ca
Thu Jan 29 14:51:29 UTC 2004
No, the card I have is the ISA version (http://www.truetime.com/DOCSn/gps_pc.pdf). I
have the manual for it, but i have been unable to figure out a way for Linux to be able
to use it. The only information I found on it was at
http://www.eecis.udel.edu/~mills/ntp/html/drivers/driver5.html but I am unable to
figure out where to get the driver that it mentions here.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Quoting dicky <abuse at hotmail.com>:
> If the card is a GPS PCI 2 then you can get the user manual and a data
> sheet from http://www.symmttm.com/products_blt_gps_pci2.asp
> This is Symmetricom's new web site for Timing Test and Measurement and
> it has most of the documentation for Symm, Datum and TrueTime products.
> Telco products are still on the main Symmetricom site.
> Nelson, Ryan Lorne wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I was wondering if anyone had ever set up a TrueTime GPS-PC card for Linux. I
> > been able to find much documentation on how to get this card actually running, so
> > anyone can help, please let me know. Thanks,
> > Ryan Nelson
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