I'm a little surprised configure works in a cross development case, but that's usually not too hard to get around.  Anyway, the punchline is that he doesn't have the USB layer you need, either.

I don't know of anyone that's wanted it badly enough to either code it or fund its development.  It's a pretty odd combination.   Good luck!

On Sun, Nov 18, 2012 at 4:44 PM, auflauf <kl_ax@yahoo.de> wrote:

Robert Lipe-4 wrote:
> Feel free to send him or her our way.
I did,
here's the reply from Guenter Knauf - the one who did the Android port:
"I did basically only compile gpsbabel as native running application with
the Android NDK via a standard configure build, and that was strait forward;
for me all I needed was support for GPS devices with Skytrack chipsets
connected through ttyUSBx, and that works great for me (all I used was
reading from GPS device memory, erasing memory, and converting into other
formats known to Google Earth); I used either the pl2303 or cp210x kernel
module which I compiled for the kernel running on the Android devices. I
have no idea what it takes to make Alexander's Garmin device working, and
what kernel modules are needed, and what further porting might be necessary
with gpsbabel. Therefore there is nothing which I could push back to the
project; for me it worked out-of-the-box."

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