I wanted my PinePhone to be more “daily driver ready”, so instead of beautifully looking plasma-mobile I installed manjaro phosh.
I was impressed with the stability and with working cellular data connection (because plasma “stable” behaves like dev and the “real dev” even worse )
I wanted to try maps, so I searched for them and tried to install OffRoad (de facto OsmAnd) - didn’t work at all (didn’t even launch), so I tried to install things like marble. (if I didn’t mention it already, the default maps kindda work - only with internet connection).
I also wanted to try GPS, because I want to use it in the future - but I’m not an expert about GPS things and don’t know exactly how to make it work.
I know that GPS (location services) are below some “security settings” and I can enable it there.
The thing is, that the preinstalled maps (I believe these are gnome maps) just show me where I am and if I move, they don’t display it.
With marble I can find more location options like “qt positioning” - which somehow tells me my position, but there is another option called “gpsd”, that I didn’t get to work (and I think It’s the real GPS positioning).
Is there an app, that could give me informations about my GPS sensor?
Is there an easy way for me to make it work?