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lat and long

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Jul 4th, 2005 at 11:31am  
For the first time, I have to set up a linkstar with telnet.
It's all ok, but i am not able to set latitude and longitude with SAVEBOOTPARMS -lat -lon. When i control the configuration with DBPR BOOTCONF latitude and longitude are always 0.
I'm sure to insert correct value, with converting degrees minutes seconds.
Could you help me?
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Reply #1 - Apr 19th, 2006 at 1:25pm  
you need to enable the gps make this command save -m 1
then enter your lat and long
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Reply #2 - Jan 16th, 2007 at 3:25pm  
If you need to know your latitude and longitude please try this page Lat - Long Finder.

It will also tell you the azimuth, elevation and polarisation angles for your satellite dish at the same time.  Select the satellite, then click progresssively on the map and magnify until you arrive at your site.

Best regards, Eric.
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