Re: Anyone know of good Linux GPS driving map software?

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On Friday 14 March 2008, Mikkel L. Ellertson wrote:
>Gene Heskett wrote:
>> On Friday 14 March 2008, [email protected] wrote:
>>> I am looking for advice, as part of my migration from Windows, to find a
>>> good replacement for my Delorme Street Atlas program, which only runs in
>>> Windows.  Even though I would prefer to get free open source software,
>>> due to the dependability I need it to have, I am not ruling out
>>> purchasing commercial software for Linux if it needs be.  It is for my
>>> laptop computer for when we need to make road trips.  I have tried a
>>> number of software packages including Navit and others, which crash
>>> easily and a lot, but have yet to find one that even has half the
>>> stability I need.  Any suggestions?
>>> Bradley
>> google for roadnav, I used it just a few months ago for a 3000 mile trip
>> with the lappy riding in the shotgun seat hooked to my now elderly garmin
>> 12 gps.
>One thing - make sure you load all the maps you are going to need
>before you leave unless you have an Internet connection on the road.

Definitely, I wish it just pulled them all, that menu is a drag, county by 

Cheers, Gene
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