First and foremost, it is my goal to retrieve gps coordinates using a daemo via my mc7304 modem connected to an external gps antenna.
I have to work with centOs 32bit. According to the Linux QMI SDK Application Developers Guide Rev1.26_1 I should be at point 3.3.9.
I find devices ttyUSB0-2 and gcqmi0-gcqmi1 in /dev and via ifconfig I see that the device has an ip adress.
qmicli and qmi-network is installed.
I was able to dispatch AT commands via serial to ttyUSB2, but unfortunately i cannot use the device, as pppd blocks the interface. At the test I wasn’t able to get a GPS location fix.
Is it possible to retrieve gps coordinates via qmi-cli?
If not, where do I go from here? Do I need to install the SDK? I cannot make / build on the hardware at hand. If necessary I could work on a development machine.
Also I would prefer to use Python for ongoing developments.
I would appreciate any help! Thanks