The GPSMan site makes available GPSMan (version
6.4.4) for downloading. Debian, Fedora and
.deb packages as well as a FreeBSD port are also
available for easy installation in Linux.
GPSMan can also be retrieved as part of the
and Fedora official Linux
Unix, and of the Linux Live-CDs
In order to run GPSMan, Tcl/Tk (preferably version 8.4 or later) must be previously installed. It can be got from the Active State site.
The following Tcl/Tk libraries will be used if they are installed:
gpsmanshp, a library that provides the means for creating and reading files in the ESRI Shapefile format; it is available from its page
Img, a library implementing enhanced support for graphics and graphic formats; it is part of recent Tcl/Tk distributions.
exif, a Tcl/Tk package that is part of the standard Tcl/Tk distribution, used here for trying to know the time-stamp of picture files when geo-referencing them.
TclCurl, a library with bindings to
libcurlthat gives support for accessing World Wide Web servers; it is provided by the Debian Linux package
GPSMan User Manual and the GPSMan logo images by Miguel Filgueiras are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.