Nevermind....I reverted to my backup from yesterday and everything works
fine again now.
I think today's opkg upgrade messed something up the gps being able to get a
lock on my moko.
Reverting fixed everything.
Works great now!

Thanks,
-Dan Staley

On Wed, Sep 2, 2009 at 6:59 PM, Dan Staley <daniel.l.sta...@gmail.com>wrote:

> On Wed, Sep 2, 2009 at 2:59 PM, Hans Zimmerman <h...@everlasting.be>wrote:
>
>> D. Fett wrote:
>> > "Notify the community mailing list."
>> > (http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Applications)
>> >
>> > Advanced Geocaching Tool for Linux has all important features to make
>> your
>> > geocaching life easier:
>> >
>> > - download geocaches for offline use with full text, hints & images on
>> your
>> > freerunner
>> > - map view with icons for nearby geocaches (uses openstreetmaps and
>> tangogps
>> > map directory, downloades missing tiles automatically)
>> > - search the internal database for geocaches by name or type
>> > - target selection: selected geocache, one of its waypoints or manual
>> input
>> >
>> > more at http://www.opkg.org/package_268.html
>>
>> Testing the latest version 0.1.2:
>> - I do not seem to get a GPS fix (other GPS applications do get a fix)
>> - I try do download caches, the console does show some caches are
>> downloaded (I recognize names from the neighbourhood) but they are not
>> shown on the map.
>>
>>
>> Hans
>>
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>>
>
> I have the same problem...latest version never gets a GPS fix.  It sees the
> satellites fine...but keeps displaying "no GPS fix"  =(
>
> -Dan Staley
>
>
>
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