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  • #16
    Originally posted by Oblivian View Post
    Keeping in mind that's unsupported. And had MANY revisions with fixes since then that effect data/stats and may not infact actually be of use to the servers.

    Then why FR24 is still keeping it on its download site?

    I am using the fr24feed amd64 .deb package on Debian 10 and Ubuntu 20 on my Win10 PC through Oracle VM. No issues.

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    Last edited by abcd567; 2021-08-20, 00:49.


    • #17
      Prob same reason nothing else has been changed... 'who really cares' list.
      We all know the focus is on the Pi development.

      It was hard enough to get the early crash issues fixed and even 25-3 to be ported across.

      I jut don't have faith when you download the changelog and can see the differences between then and now that would likely make a difference to data... Such as

      # [1.0.27-2] - 2021-03-23
      ## Changed
      - All ADS-B frames will now be sent to MLAT server when requested, previously time sync could interfere.
      ## Fixed
      - Fixed timestamp packing bug that could result in timestamp being off by 1 second.

      # [1.0.26-9] - 2020-10-13
      ## Fixed
      - Bug where in some cases empty updates could be sent to the server.

      # [1.0.26-8] - 2020-10-12
      ## Fixed
      - Bug in ground speed decoding for 2-15kt range.

      # [1.0.26-6] - 2020-09-35
      ## Changed
      - Ground traffic positions now sent every second.
      Posts not to be taken as official support representation - Just a helpful uploader who tinkers


      • #18
        Originally posted by abcd567 View Post
        Package (.deb) is available for both amd64 and i386
        Use following command to install it on Debian or Ubuntu:


        sudo wget
        sudo dpkg -i fr24feed_1.0.25-3_amd64.deb


        sudo dpkg -i fr24feed_1.0.25-3_i386.deb
        Nailed it man, many thanks!