[CentOS] GPX files

Sun Jun 4 08:58:31 UTC 2017
Patrick Bégou <Patrick.Begou at legi.grenoble-inp.fr>

Viewing GPX on a map ?

GPX files can be viewed with several web applications. I'm using GPS for 
running and I use:

For viewing gpx files on your linux box you can also use turtlesport (I 
use it for a while)


J Martin Rushton a écrit :
> I have a Garmin 78s marine GPS receiver and it stores tracks in GPX
> format.  This is an XML encoded set of points giving longitude,
> latitude, time and sea depth.  Garmin support viewing this via their
> Garmin Express product, but there only seem to be Windows and Mac
> versions.  I've emailed them and await a reply.  In the mean time, does
> anyone know of any Linux products that will emable me to view track data
> on a decent sized screen?  I don't want to re-invent the wheel by coding
> up a hack myself.
> Thanks,
> Martin
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