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NAME

       FoxtrotGPS - GTK+ mapping and GPS application

SYNOPSIS

       foxtrotgps [--fullscreen]

DESCRIPTION

       FoxtrotGPS is a map and GPS application. By default, it uses maps from Openstreetmap.

       Clicking  anywhere on the map pops up a menu of common operations.  Click and drag the map
       to pan.

       FoxtrotGPS can be used to geotag photographs that were taken while logging  a  GPS  track,
       and can show icons on the map indicating where the photographs were taken; this is done by
       correlating timestamps in JPEG EXIF data  with  timestamps  in  the  GPS  track,  and  the
       following  additional packages must also be installed for use at run-time in order to make
       use of this feature:

           * gpscorrelate <http://freefoote.dview.net/linux_gpscorr.html>
           * jhead <http://www.sentex.net/~mwandel/jhead/>

OPTIONS

       --fullscreen
              Start in fullscreen mode

SEE ALSO

       convert2gpx(1), convert2osm(1).

HOMEPAGE

       More information about FoxtrotGPS can be found at <http://www.foxtrotgps.org/>.

AUTHOR

       FoxtrotGPS is a community developed  fork  from  tangoGPS  lead  by  Joshua  Judson  Rosen
       <rozzin@geekspace.com>. tangoGPS was written by Marcus Bauer <marcus.bauer@gmail.com>.