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NAME

       dot-obdgpslogger - configuration file for obdgpslogger

DESCRIPTION

       Configuration file for obdgpslogger

       Comments  Any  line  whose  first  non-whitespace character is a # is a
       comment

       obddevice=<string>  Full  path   to   obd   device   entry   [typically
       /dev/something]

       gpsdevice=<string>   Full   path   to   gps   device  entry  [typically
       /dev/something]

       log_columns=<string> Command-separated list  of  db_column  entries  to
       log. These are probably things you want to draw from "obdgpslogger -p"

       log_file=<string>  Write  to  this logfile. Can be relative or absolute
       path

       samplerate=<integer> Number of samples to take per second.  0  for  "as
       fast as you can"

       baudrate=<integer>  Set  serial  port  baudrate  to  this.  -1 disables
       attempt to change, or 0 to let the software try to guess.

       baudrate_upgrade=<integer>  Upgrade  the   baudrate   to   this   after
       successful  setup.  -1  disables  attempt  to  change,  or 0 to let the
       software try to figure out the best choice.

       optimisations=<integer> Set to 1 to enable ELM optimisations

FILES TO PARSE

       The system loads  these  files,  in  order.  Each  one  overwrites  any
       settings from the file before it:

       1) /etc/obdgpslogger

       2) $HOME/.obdgpslogger

       3) /var/run/obdftdipty.device

       4) getenv("OBD_CONFIGFILE")

ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES

       OBD_CONFIGFILE
            Full path to the obd config file you wish to read

       HOME
            If set, read .obdgpslogger from this dir

       APPDATA
            If  HOME  isn't  set, will attempt to read .obdgpslogger from here
            instead

SEE ALSO

       obdgpslogger(1), obdgui(1)

AUTHORS

       Gary "Chunky Ks" Briggs <chunky@icculus.org>

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