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  • Amper
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    Radarview is part of fr24 website, not software to install. Go to radarview.flightradar24.com in settings look for LOCAL traffic and check box and click on localhost. In new window enter IP of your Rpi. You don't need to enter port :80, just IP.
    Save and enjoy
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    Last edited by Amper; 2015-12-11, 16:03.

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  • FlyTT14
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    Thanks, I'm using a Raspberry Pi and I can see some text info on "localhost:8754"
    This link ##########/planes.php show me a white box, nothing else
    Not sure if Radarview is installed, can's see anything on "localhost:80"

    (####### = not allowed to post links... )

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  • Khan
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    You can use RadarView to see your local data, similar to the following examples: (http://radarview.flightradar24.com/)

    http://goo.gl/Cna6Kc
    http://goo.gl/PLA5dx

    For RadarView set the LocalHost to: IP of your receiver and port 80. For example
    192.168.1.170:80

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  • SoCalBrian
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    What feeder software are you using?

    The plane list that shows the feeder radar codes.
    http://www.flightradar24.com/planes.php

    If your're using the newer feeder software. you can look on the statistics page.
    http://www.flightradar24.com/share-statistics
    Last edited by SoCalBrian; 2015-12-10, 20:12.

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  • FlyTT14
    started a topic Is my data feed in use

    Is my data feed in use

    Is there a place where I can see if my data feed is in use like used to show air plain on the live map ?
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