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  1. For the life of me I can't figure this out, at the moment I have my phone sharing the GPS over bluetooth using the app (Share GPS) I have the phone paired and using "rfcomm connect rfcomm0 xx:xx:xx:xx..." to create a serial rfcomm0 connection When I use "cat /dev/rfcomm0" I see all the nmea output constantly flowing but when check the status of gpsd (systemctl status gpsd) I get the following output ā— gpsd.service - GPS (Global Positioning System) Daemon Loaded: loaded (/lib/systemd/system/gpsd.service; static) Active: active (running) since Fri 2017-12-01 12:12:03 CET; 23min ago Main PID: 9645 (gpsd) CGroup: /system.slice/gpsd.service ā””ā”€9645 /usr/sbin/gpsd -N /dev/rfcomm0 /dev/rfcomm0 Dec 01 12:35:10 raspi gpsd[9645]: gpsd:ERROR: /dev/rfcomm0: device activation failed. Dec 01 12:35:10 raspi gpsd[9645]: gpsd:ERROR: device open failed: Device or resource busy - retrying read-only Dec 01 12:35:10 raspi gpsd[9645]: gpsd:ERROR: read-only device open failed: Device or resource busy Dec 01 12:35:10 raspi gpsd[9645]: gpsd:ERROR: /dev/rfcomm0: device activation failed. Dec 01 12:35:10 raspi gpsd[9645]: gpsd:ERROR: device open failed: Device or resource busy - retrying read-only Dec 01 12:35:10 raspi gpsd[9645]: gpsd:ERROR: read-only device open failed: Device or resource busy Dec 01 12:35:10 raspi gpsd[9645]: gpsd:ERROR: /dev/rfcomm0: device activation failed. Dec 01 12:35:10 raspi gpsd[9645]: gpsd:ERROR: device open failed: Device or resource busy - retrying read-only Dec 01 12:35:10 raspi gpsd[9645]: gpsd:ERROR: read-only device open failed: Device or resource busy Dec 01 12:35:10 raspi gpsd[9645]: gpsd:ERROR: /dev/rfcomm0: device activation failed. but (cat \dev\rfcomm0) works fine, when I look in kismet I get the following message ERROR: No update from GPSD in 15 seconds or more, attempting to reconnect INFO: Connected to a JSON-enabled GPSD version 3.11, turning on JSON mode
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