LS on LINUX

Jim Campi

Active Member
#1
I have been working with the LS for some time now since the conversion to Linux.

Without a doubt it seems like I am using a new unit. Time to start up and acquisition of a fixed position has decreased noticeably. Also the average number of engines seems to have increased. This all equates to faster surveys, increased efficiency and increased profit, particularly for those of us working on a lump sum basis rather than time and materials.

Great job Javad!
 

Jim Frame

Active Member
#4
I also prefer the Linux version, but it still has some quirks. Today after starting up in base-rover
I staked out the base point to make sure everything was working right (it was). 5 minutes later when I arrived at my first control point the LS had lost its WiFi connection. Sometimes turning WiFi off and then on again works, but this time a hard reboot was required. Not devastating, but annoying nonetheless.
 

Eugene Aksyonov

Administrator
5PLS
#5
I also prefer the Linux version, but it still has some quirks. Today after starting up in base-rover
I staked out the base point to make sure everything was working right (it was). 5 minutes later when I arrived at my first control point the LS had lost its WiFi connection. Sometimes turning WiFi off and then on again works, but this time a hard reboot was required. Not devastating, but annoying nonetheless.
Hello Jim,
what is wifi network layout? Are you getting connection over MiFi device or it is over deployed wifi network in the region?