[Loadstone] Contacting the old Symbian Loadstone's developers
shawn at loadstone-gps.com
Thu Jan 11 00:53:32 PST 2018
I'd forgotten about that rediculous capability system. I think the
self-signing would work for most of what Loadstone needs but not quite
If your receiver is a Garmin then you may be in for a lot of trouble. Those
receivers are known for speaking there own protocol so may not output nmea
at all. The higher update rate may not do too much except cause the phone to
drain the battery faster processing the additional data.
I put together a tarball of the current development source and you can
download it at:
http://www.shawnk.ca/loadstone-0.74.6-2013-08-11.tar.gz that's my personal
site. It's not as clean as a normal source distribution would be because the
svn system to generate the distribution no longer exists. The best I could
do was to tar up the entire loadstone directory so it'll contain everything,
previous distributions, development files, and probably other bits and
pieces that may or may not be of any use. Have a look at the ChangeLog file
to see what changed from the last official release until development
Good luck with all of this and let me know what happens.
On Thu, 11 Jan 2018, Aura Kelloniemi wrote:
> Hello, and thank you for your response!
> Shawn Kirkpatrick <shawn at loadstone-gps.com> writes:
> > You are correct about the certificates, all the systems that supported these
> > are dead. This was the problem we ran in to that prevented any further
> > releases. Now, if I remember correctly there is a way to generate a
> > self-signed certificate that you could use to run the program on your own
> > phone. I haven't looked at any of this in about 5 years so I forget exactly
> > how this worked.
> Self-signing worked only with limited capabilities - so no Bluetooth access
> for example.
> > The other option is to jail break your phone, this would allow you to run
> > unsigned programs on it.
> I did this. It works like a charm. If anybody else is interested, the
> instructions are currently here:
> > There may be an easier solution to your problem though. Loadstone should
> > work with any receiver that sends out standard nmea data. This should be
> > almost all bluetooth receivers as far as I know.
> My BT receiver is Garmin GLO which Iwould like to use because it has a high
> update rate (10x) and because it supports GLONASS. It works fine with GPSD so
> I'm now going to investigate the situation.
> > Loadstone source should be available on the website in the Loadstone legacy
> > site section. This is now an external site that I don't control so it may
> > have changed. If the source isn't available there then let me know and I
> > can send you a copy, I should have it around here somewhere.
> Can you please send me a copy of the latest source. I have the latest released
> tarball, but I would like to get the development version.
> The mirror of the legacy site (http://www.b1mobility.com/loadstone) just says
> that the site is coming soon, and there is no content. It would be great to
> have that site working as well.
> Anyways, thank you so much for your help!
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