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  • sitepoint
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    Originally posted by piopawlu View Post
    I will prepare a RPi build tomorrow.
    Thanks a lot!

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  • piopawlu
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    There are some incompatibilities between math unit of the RPi CPU and what we use for building the feeder. I will prepare a RPi build tomorrow, should solve both the segfault and the registration issue.

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  • peterhr
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    Originally posted by sitepoint View Post
    When trying to get a sharing key using --signup I always get this error (Arch Linux ARM on a RasPi) no matter what I enter:

    Code:
    Step 1/5 - Enter Latitude  (DD.DDDD)
    $:46.9981
    Value 46.9981 is incorrect, please enter correct value!
    Step 1/5 - Enter Latitude  (DD.DDDD)
    $:46.998
    Value 46.998 is incorrect, please enter correct value!
    Any ideas? I don't get it...
    I cheated, I used the windows client to do the signup - just pointed it at the Pi

    (but then did have to use the parameter on the linux feeder for the basestation IP)

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  • sitepoint
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    When trying to get a sharing key using --signup I always get this error (Arch Linux ARM on a RasPi) no matter what I enter:

    Code:
    Step 1/5 - Enter Latitude  (DD.DDDD)
    $:46.9981
    Value 46.9981 is incorrect, please enter correct value!
    Step 1/5 - Enter Latitude  (DD.DDDD)
    $:46.998
    Value 46.998 is incorrect, please enter correct value!
    Any ideas? I don't get it...

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  • peterhr
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    242 feeder on Pi still creates and leaves a defunct process every 10 minutes (just like 241 does)

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  • Ressy
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    Originally posted by lutorm View Post
    The https://dl.dropbox.com/u/66906/fr24feed_x64_242.tgz link to the x86_64 feeder program in the first post is dead. Does anyone have a working link for a x86_64 system? (I'm running 3.6.11 x86_64 on an old fedora 16 box.)
    I have a copy of fr24feed_x64_241.tgz if its of any help

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  • lutorm
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    The https://dl.dropbox.com/u/66906/fr24feed_x64_242.tgz link to the x86_64 feeder program in the first post is dead. Does anyone have a working link for a x86_64 system? (I'm running 3.6.11 x86_64 on an old fedora 16 box.)

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  • mindlesstux
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    About a month late to the dump1090-helper posts, but...


    The webgui I have for the dump1090-helper (yes that is my project) is still in development and needs some work.

    http://adsb.mindlesstux.com/ if you wanna see my latest edits to the webgui (if I can fix my feeds to it).

    The -helper project is meant to be a helper only to provide data about aircraft that is not transmitted. Eg, http://adsb.mindlesstux.com/search/icao24/AD2192.json

    As for the new GUI, I am having a terrible time with the new table being a bit slow on updates. I also still have a few things that need to be brought over/up to that gui revision such as antenna coverage. The whole concept of that version of the GUI is to allow for multiple feeds, a redesigned look that is a little more flexible, and update to the table that was a bit of a kludge code.

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  • tozhan
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    Oh, nothing in particular. I just like the idea of messing with the code I also want to change the fact that the static build on ARM-LE seems to leave a bunch of defunct bash processes due to the method used to ping the FR server. Can this be cleared up? I have to restart the feeder every now and then to clear up the memory on my raspberry pi.

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  • iceage
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    Feed statistics for T feeders is working on the ARM platform

    Originally posted by iceage View Post
    Hi I thought that until I saw this post by PeterHR. Who uses a RPI hence my questions here. As I now think that the issue may be related to my account, I emailed support yesterday evening. I will post here how I get on.

    Thanks for your support.
    Just to confirm, stats are now working working great in 241 for me on my Odroid-U3 for a week. I worked with the hard working development guys at FR24 last Tuesday and as promised wanted to update you all. I now have a customised version of feeder 241 compiled with my libraries. They are going to look into this further for any other Odroid hosted versions of the feeder and put an updated package on here in due course. Will be worth the wait...

    Cheers

    Andy
    Attached Files

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  • piopawlu
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    What exactly are you missing?

    There are no plans on making it open source and no 3rd party feeding apps will be approved either, sorry...

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  • tozhan
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    Source code?

    I'e been using the statically built ARM-LE feed for the last few weeks and, while it's very good, I'd really like add/change some of the features. Any chance the source code might be released? Or am I going to have to write my own feeder?

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  • HausGeist
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    Does the LINUX Feeder have any kind of debug mode so i can see what it send for FR24?
    Is there any guide that explain what the output could tell me?

    Example:

    [i]sent 1 planes in 1 packets
    [i][stats]sent 266 bytes
    [i]Removed 0 of 3 AC
    [n]pinging the server
    [i]sent 1 planes in 1 packets
    [i]sent 1 planes in 1 packets
    [i]sent 1 planes in 1 packets
    [i]sent 1 planes in 1 packets
    [n]pinging the server
    [i]sent 1 planes in 1 packets
    [i]sent 1 planes in 1 packets

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  • BPO
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    Originally posted by F-EGLF1 View Post
    Also ensure that the tube you use is suitable, different mineral fillers used in the plastic tubes can make some useless, a colleague of mine who is researching antennae design has found reports that black plastic pipes are NOT suitable but most white or grey ones should be.
    As I understand it, grey is the natural colour of these plastics, while the metal titanium dioxide (TiO2) is added for whiteness.

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  • BPO
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    Originally posted by sesom View Post
    I'll be in Japan for the next weeks and in the moment priority #1 is to get everything running stable on a Raspberry Pi.
    Yesterday/today my wife and kids flew to Nagoya via Singapore. I tracked them the whole way on www.flightradar24.com!



    (Sorry for the hijack: I couldn't resist. Back to the thread...)

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