andy.somerville at gmail.com
Fri Jan 27 19:52:45 PST 2006
I just took a look at roadnav.... I didnt seem all that great to
me.... it froze every time I tried to to get directions across state
lines... and it put all the road names it couldnt put on the roads
themselves with indicator lines... cluttering the screen if you are
zoomed out at all...
In short it made me like roadster better... But i think both projects
have a lot to offer each other... roadnav seems to have the logic in
place for doing directions, on the fly. Havnt had a chance to play
with my gps with it yet though.
On 1/27/06, chrisllr at comcast.net <chrisllr at comcast.net> wrote:
> I know very little about Linux, but have gotten a hold of a Zaurus 5500 and
> a Pharos GPS Receiver (which came with Microscofts Street and Trips 2006).
> Will this software work on my Zaurus, work with this gps, and be a Linux
> replacement for Steets and Trips?
> Thank you so much for your help.
> -------------- Original message --------------
> From: Harper Ennis <harperennis at gtconline.com>
> > There is a really great program called roadnav that I think is just
> > great. Best open mapping software in my opinion.
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