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#1
Hi all,

is it possible to install Navit on N900?
I tried, but it misses libgpsbt dependency... do you know how to resolve it?

with: apt-get install libgpsbt

N900 returns me that libgpsbt is in other package, but I don't know which to choose!

Ignoring this lib it install (dpkg --ingore-depends=libgpsbt -i navit.deb), but at start it crashes and closes.

Thanks!
 

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Originally Posted by Kjow View Post
Hi all,

is it possible to install Navit on N900?
Didn't anyone try?
 
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You need to rebuild it for the N900. I've tried but didn't have much luck doing that.
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A quick list of what I have in the repos
zsh|xmms2|fcron|gtar|gcoreutils
 

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Hi, news about navit on n900?
 
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According to latest log on their sourceforge SVN it's being worked on.

2913 12 hours akashihi Add:vehicle/maemo:Added support for Maemo/Fremantle liblocation API.
 
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Originally Posted by sxg75 View Post
According to latest log on their sourceforge SVN it's being worked on.
so? can one install navit?
can you please explain how?
that would be somethng!
 
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hi iam also interested into this can you please give us a tutorial how to install it properly?

best regards crown
 
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WOW! great news! please, post a tutorial or howto.
If I can help tell me, I'd like to help community! (language translation in italian, basic programming on source code,..)
 
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I compiled navit-trunk in the N900 SDK to generate arm-code.
Compiling was fine, there was a small lib glitch when compiling maptool.

I used
Code:
./configure --prefix=/opt/navit --enable-vehicle-maemo && make && make install
to put everything to /opt, create a navit.tgz, scp to the N900, unpack in /opt/navit and try to start with
Code:
 NAVIT_SHAREDIR=/opt/navit/share/navit  NAVIT_LIBDIR=/opt/navit/lib/navit /opt/navit/bin/navit -d 1 -c /home/user/.navit/navit.xml
This crashs the program when it has to render the map. Compiling this for the x86 target and running in the SDK is fine :-/ If I start without NAVIT_SHAREDIR (== without map-data) I have a GUI without map and no crash.

I used GTK-GUI and
Code:
                <vehicle name="Maemo" enabled="yes" source="maemo://any" retry_interval="2"/>
                <!-- source cound be on of "any","cwp","acwp","gnss","agnss" -->
                <!-- retry_interval could be one of "1","2","5","10","20","30","60","120" measured in seconds -->
in the XML-config file

Any ideas?

Last edited by schnebeck; 2010-01-17 at 00:53.
 
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Ok, a step further. petabyte from merusers.de pointed me to
http://wiki.navit-project.org/index....chbox_for_N8x0
This site has now instructions to compile Navit for the N900.
With these fixes I was able to overcome the crash.
Navit starts, runs really slow (cache disables), GTK is usable, Internal too slow.
But does not focus according to my GSM postion. I'm indoor so no GPS avaliable.

A small screenshot:
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