Non USB GPS
I was wondering if some one knows how to get a Arduino compatible GPS ( Not a USB, Using pins) to send data.
It is a NEO6MV2 Mod GPS outputting NMEA data at 9600 Baud
OK so I have figured it out a bit more
Because im using UART its sending on the ttyS1 and I have changed the /etc/config/gps file so it reflects ttS1 and not ttACM
However it will not show gps when I ubus list
Double-check that you have RX and TX connected correctly - they're easy to get swapped, as the usual convention is to connect TX of one device to RX of another.
Also, you can check that you're getting bits by cating /dev/ttyS1, or using a terminal program like minicom or screen.