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  • #91
    Originally posted by LOWL1 View Post
    ok,

    remserial isn't needed to connect adsbox to SBS-3
    pi@raspberrypi /etc/fr24/adsbox $ sudo ./adsbox --avr_server 192.168.0.170 --avr_server_port 10001 -l 48.2300 -g 14.800
    shows the same result:
    adsbox ADS-B decoder version 20120728.
    Your lat 48.23000 lon 14.18000
    Init database.
    Connecting to ascii data server 192.168.0.170:10001...
    Connected.
    Run SBS-1 data server on port 30003
    Run HTTP server on port 8080

    DF:10
    DF:1
    DF:10
    DF:10
    DF:10
    DF:10
    DF:10
    DF:10
    DF:10
    DF:10
    DF:10

    the problem is the data from ip:10001 of sbs-3 isn't avr-hex format like *8D4000FB5875444148D9A70B023A;...
    but basestation-software connetcs via usb or ip. do they use different datasource?

    any help please
    Please contact me via PM, and I might be able to help tomorrow.

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    • #92
      Originally posted by piopawlu View Post
      Please contact me via PM, and I might be able to help tomorrow.
      this would be nice

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      (you can contact me via e-mail: dxoxexner@ovril.at)
      maybe xxx source would help
      Last edited by LOWL1; 2013-01-25, 00:30.

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      • #93
        Today my microADSB arrived but I don't understand how I am able to decode the data.

        I have a Raspberry Pi running Wheezy, downloaded the FR24 ARM files and adsbox source files, but I don't know what to do next. Of course I read this topic but I still don't understand

        EDIT: Ok so I missed the part about sqlite3, but I'm unable to make the file when I use the line CC = arm-linux-gcc (does not exist). Can I just download the gcc package and if so, where do I put it?

        When I make the file with the other CC line the make command works but the adsbox file doesn't open (because it is for Intel, I suppose?).

        EDIT2: Seems it is solved, I forgot to put ./ in front of adsbox ... No need to make it arm-linux-gcc. stupid glad it is working now!
        Last edited by Zorba; 2013-01-24, 17:47.

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        • #94
          Hello,

          how about update of Linux FR24 app?

          It's still .225


          Regards
          Radek
          T-LKPD1
          My native language is polish.

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          • #95
            Linux feeder software for Flightradar24

            My adsbox is running and I can start the fr24 feed software:

            i]FR24Feed v225 - built on Oct 8 2012/09:40:28
            [i]Downloading configuration...OK
            [i]Parsing configuration...OK
            [c]Interval: 5s
            [c]Latitude: 0.0000
            [c]Longitude: 0.0000
            [c]GND: YES
            [c]NonADSB: YES
            [i]Source defined as Basestation
            [b]connecting to localhost:30003
            [n]EBOS5@my.ip.address:8099/UDP
            [n]connecting
            [b]connected
            [b]working
            [n]connected
            [n]switching to UDP
            [n]working
            [i]sent 8 planes in 1 packets
            [i]sent 9 planes in 1 packets
            [i]sent 11 planes in 1 packets
            [i]sent 16 planes in 1 packets
            [i]sent 15 planes in 1 packets


            But when I login to my premium account to check for my local traffic, no aircraft are shown as local traffic. So my feed is not shown on FR24.com.

            What could be wrong?

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            • #96
              Simple way to feed fr24 from a dongle

              Hi,

              I recently got an RTL2832U dongle, and struggled for some time in find a decoding software that would:

              * Work on Linux
              * Without running a GUI
              * Ubuntu x86
              * Would read directly from a dongle
              * Would enable fr24feed to read from it

              I tested lots of combinations, but all required multiple software, to read, process, and output. Some, like adsbox, require a GUI. I wanted something I could run from a single shell script.

              dump1090 https://github.com/antirez/dump1090 works well, but output only AVR records. It has the advantage of being small, shows more planes than gr-air-modes, and simple to compile. But the AVR output was a deal-breaker, I would still need translation software to convert to SBS-1 30003 format.

              At 3am one night, I dropped an email to the author, Mr Salvatore Sanfilippo, asking for his suggestions for a translating software. 3 hours later, while I slept, I got an email saying he had added the code to dump1090.

              Everything now works great. I run, on the console (no GUI)

              dump1090 --net --interactive --aggressive # the last two are optional
              fr24feed_x86_225--fr24key=MY-KEY
              and magic happens. Real magic.

              I am running this on a 7 year old laptop, feeding data for the last week.

              My thanks, publicly, to dump1090; and you are welcome to contact me for any details you may need to reproduce my setup.

              --
              Sanjeev Gupta
              ghane0 @ gmail

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              • #97
                Originally posted by Zorba View Post
                But when I login to my premium account to check for my local traffic, no aircraft are shown as local traffic. So my feed is not shown on FR24.com.

                What could be wrong?

                Look here http://feed.flightradar24.com/
                Only last version .230 supports local trafic (Windows version). We don't have .230 version for Linux



                Originally posted by ghane0 View Post

                dump1090 https://github.com/antirez/dump1090 works well, but output only AVR records.
                Just try lastest sources from git, dump1090 supports BaseStation format very well (--net-sbs-port option)
                Try option --enable-agc too. In my opinion dump1090 grabs more frames with it.


                Regards
                Radek
                T-LKPD1
                My native language is polish.

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                • #98
                  i'm still searching for a decoder to connect direct via NETWORK to SBS-3 on port 10001 (without BS and PP)
                  output should be to localhost port:xxxxx, data could be in hex or ready to use for fr24feeder.
                  sbs1xxx couldn't connect to SBS-3 on port 10001, because of an authentication failure.

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                  • #99
                    Linux feeder software for Flightradar24

                    Originally posted by jestemradek View Post
                    Look here http://feed.flightradar24.com/
                    Only last version .230 supports local trafic (Windows version). We don't have .230 version for Linux
                    Then how can I check if my feed is working?

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                    • Originally posted by Zorba View Post
                      Then how can I check if my feed is working?
                      http://forum.flightradar24.com/threa...r-own-coverage
                      AMS Daily Fight Information: http://schiphol.dutchplanespotters.nl/

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                      • Linux feeder software for Flightradar24

                        Thanks! Not easy though without Windows machines at home

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                        • You can try use VirtualRadar via mono
                          T-LKPD1
                          My native language is polish.

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                          • After reading this topic again it seems there we multiple people with the same problem: Feed is ok, but because LAT/LON is 0.00 when connecting, FR24 ignores it.
                            I have the same problem (see previous page).

                            Any solution? I'm using microADSB and adsbox on Raspberry Pi/Wheezy.

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                            • Originally posted by Zorba View Post
                              After reading this topic again it seems there we multiple people with the same problem: Feed is ok, but because LAT/LON is 0.00 when connecting, FR24 ignores it.
                              I have the same problem (see previous page).

                              Any solution? I'm using microADSB and adsbox on Raspberry Pi/Wheezy.
                              i had the same problem, afer using the "s"tatic version, the koords were ok.

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                              • Originally posted by LOWL1 View Post
                                i had the same problem, afer using the "s"tatic version, the koords were ok.
                                Ah yes it works now, thank you so much!
                                Last edited by Zorba; 2013-01-25, 21:40.

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