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A Linux interface to the Garmin Forerunner GPS units

This software provides Linux users with the ability to communicate with the Garmin Forerunner 305 via the USB interface. While this is the only Garmin unit that I own, I did implement all of the documented Garmin protocols as of Rev C (May 19, 2006) over the USB physical link. This means that if you have a Garmin with a USB connection to a PC, you ought to be able to use this software to communicate with it.

If you're looking for a complete solution to all of your Linux Garmin GPS needs, this is not it. I own a Garmin Forerunner 305 and wrote this code specifically so I could download and save data from that particular GPS unit to my Linux machine. I tried gpsbabel, but found that it did not have command line options specific to the Forerunner run and lap data - all I could do was get the tracklog. That's how all of this got started. I also wanted a few other things, like the ability to convert a track log into a Google maps encoded polyline, and (eventually) the ability to generate PNG images of heart rate and elevation data.

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