Route or trip planning software for Linux?

Discussion in 'General Linux' started by marthamydear, Feb 8, 2014.

  1. marthamydear

    marthamydear Member

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    I love Linux. In fact, I wiped Windows off my computer and my computer has never worked this well even when new.

    I do miss Rand McNally's "Tripmaker," however which isn't available in Linux.

    I've investigated "routeplanner" and "routeplanner-gnome" but when attempting to download am advised I
    am lacking "Python." Being new to Linux I am not really sure of what this means.


    Long and short...is there any good (read: free) software that is good for planning highway trips that is available on Linux? Thanks.
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  3. Videodrome

    Videodrome Active Member

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    Foxtrot may be worth a look.
  4. marthamydear

    marthamydear Member

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    Oops. Omitting my version info shows my beginner's side.

    I am using Linux Mint 15 Olivia with Caja 1.6.1 installed.

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