LEDE gps (Method to capture serial data from /dev/ttyACM0)

Good morning!
I have a gps (VK-172 GPS dongle) LEDE recognizes it perfectly
cat / dev / ttyACM0
I can see all the NMEA data
how can I save this data in a file?
Then I would read them in google map, I can do?
I thought to save them in the www folder, and (html?) And see them on the map?

Sorry I'm new!
Thank you

  1. install gpsd + gpsd-clients
  2. "man gpxlogger" should get you started

Thanks Tmomas! But I think there is a problem!

root@LEDE:~# gpxlogger
gpxlogger: no gpsd running or network error: 2, unknown error
root@LEDE:~# gpsd /dev/ttyACM0 -F /var/run/gpsd.socket
root@LEDE:~# gpxlogger

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>


Segmentation fault

Good morning!
This is my configuration for the gpsd..ma maybe something wrong?

config gpsd 'core'
option device '/dev/ttyACM0'
option port '2947'
option listen_globally '1'
option enabled 'true'

Opps!!I I had to reboot the system seems to work ... now I see the data flowing on the screen ... but where the data is saved? and as I can see in real time?
Thanks so much

This program collects fixes from gpsd and logs them to standard output in GPX, an XML profile for track logging.

-> redirect stdout to file.

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Thank you so much Tmomas for your information
would you be so kind as to tell me how I can save these files
I do not know much of the world (Lede / OpenWRT)

I found a small solution:

gpxlogger -d -f / www / temp_gps / gpslog

For the moment I feel that way

Does the GPS support PPS output and are you using it to for ntpd?

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