You can also reconfigure gpsd in Terminal and tell her where your gps device is located. Here's the Link:viewtopic.php?f=39&t=1319
To paraphrase: You would type this command in Terminal:
sudo dpkg-reconfigure gpsd
Typing in that command takes you to the gpsd configuration script page. Follow the directions on the above posting, and put in your gps details that Sadlmkr discovered:
"dev/ttyS2" is the setting for the Panasonic Factory gps configured on Com 3. You enter this and tab through the script and save/exit, and then run this script:
sudo service gpsd restart
Close out Terminal and re-start your system.
Foxtrot should find your location immediately and start tracking sats.
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