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  • Not really. If you are going to do that, use dump1090-fa outright. Mutability development has ended. (this is a 3yr old solution now) -FA continues

    Be sure to remove Mutability first

    Wiedehopf has a bundle with all 3 maps.

    https://github.com/wiedehopf/adsb-sc...for-dump1090fa
    Posts not to be taken as official support representation - Just a helpful uploader who tinkers

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    • My script removes all the other dump1090s
      Then reconfigures FR24 so it doesn't try to install it's own dump1090.

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      • Thx for your help, i will try.

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        • Oblivian, wiedehopf

          Works like a charm, thank you very much!

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          • Hi - I'm new to the forum and feeding.

            I have a working setup that's already feeding fr24 and radarbox: RPi clean image, with dump1090-mutability_1.15~dev. I followed the instructions by abcd567 located here to bring up my ADSB feeding. Thank you abcd567!

            However, STEP (11): INSTALLATION OF FLIGHTAWARE DATA FEEDER:
            http://flightaware.com/adsb/piaware/install (STEP 2 ONLY) does not work fine. After running commands in STEP 2 there (run commands for manual and auto-update too), I was able to claim but it seems no data is being exchanged.


            This is what I see when manually running piaware:

            pi@raspberrypi:~ $ piaware

            2020-04-07 02:05:11Z warning: /etc/piaware.conf: failed to read config file: couldn't open "/etc/piaware.conf": permission denied

            2020-04-07 02:05:11Z failed to reopen /var/log/piaware.log: couldn't open "/var/log/piaware.log": permission denied

            2020-04-07 02:05:11Z ************************************************** **

            2020-04-07 02:05:11Z piaware version 3.8.1 is running, process ID 1142

            ...

            2020-04-07 02:05:13Z logged in to FlightAware as user xxxxxx

            2020-04-07 02:05:13Z my feeder ID is xxxxxxxxxx

            2020-04-07 02:05:13Z Failed to update feeder ID file at /var/cache/piaware/feeder_id: couldn't open "/var/cache/piaware/feeder_id.new": permission denied

            2020-04-07 02:05:13Z site statistics URL: https://flightaware.com/adsb/stats/user/xxxxxxx

            2020-04-07 02:05:14Z no ADS-B data program seen listening on port 30005 for 3 seconds, next check in 60s

            2020-04-07 02:05:14Z UAT support disabled by local configuration setting: uat-receiver-type

            2020-04-07 02:05:45Z 0 msgs recv'd from dump1090; 0 msgs sent to FlightAware


            One quick comment on the warning in blue, here is my settings from fr24:

            photo_2020-04-06_22-43-11.jpg

            My first guess was maybe piaware is looking for dump1090-fa, but not sure.

            Any help is much appreciated. Thank you!
            .

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            • Please issue this command and post its output

              Code:
              sudo journalctrl -ue piaware

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              • Better use this command, the last 20 lines or so are most often sufficient to figure out the issue.

                sudo journalctl --no-pager -u piaware

                (ctrl is typo, piaware needs to come after the u, so -eu if anything, but i prefer --no-pager to -e)

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                • I'm a little confused about which step to go after running
                  METHOD-1: (B) RPi 4 with Raspbian BUSTER




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                  • Originally posted by Hardy_2016 View Post
                    I'm a little confused about which step to go after running
                    METHOD-1: (B) RPi 4 with Raspbian BUSTER
                    First do following:

                    (B) RPi 4 with Raspbian BUSTER

                    Package Install of dump1090-mutability (EB_VERSION) from repository.

                    Code:
                    sudo apt-get update
                    sudo apt-get install lighttpd
                    sudo apt-get install dump1090-mutability
                    sudo lighty-enable-mod dump1090


                    Next reconfigure

                    STEP (6): DUMP1090-MUTABILITY POST INSTALLATION CONFIGURATION
                    Code:
                    sudo dpkg-reconfigure dump1090-mutability​​​​​​

                    Next BUG FIX

                    Code:
                    sudo usermod -a -G plugdev dump1090
                    sudo systemctl restart dump1090-mutability​​​​​​
                    Last edited by abcd567; 2020-04-07, 11:36.

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                    • Thanks Captain

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                      • Originally posted by abcd567 View Post
                        Please issue this command and post its output

                        Code:
                        sudo journalctrl -ue piaware
                        Thanks for your quick response. Here is what returns.


                        pi@raspberrypi:~ $ sudo journalctrl -ue piaware

                        sudo: journalctrl: command not found


                        However, another command wiedehopf suggested works. I'm new to using the forum too. I'll respond to his post shortly showing the results.

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                        • Originally posted by wiedehopf View Post
                          Better use this command, the last 20 lines or so are most often sufficient to figure out the issue.

                          sudo journalctl --no-pager -u piaware

                          (ctrl is typo, piaware needs to come after the u, so -eu if anything, but i prefer --no-pager to -e)

                          Thank you for your quick response. Running the command with parameters in your post, this is returned:

                          pi@raspberrypi:~ $ sudo journalctl --no-pager -u piaware

                          -- Logs begin at Wed 2020-04-08 04:09:05 BST, end at Wed 2020-04-08 04:17:28 BST. --

                          ...

                          Apr 08 04:09:10 raspberrypi piaware[601]: ************************************************** **

                          Apr 08 04:09:10 raspberrypi piaware[601]: piaware version 3.8.1 is running, process ID 601

                          ...

                          Apr 08 04:09:17 raspberrypi piaware[601]: piaware received a message from dump1090-mutabi!

                          Apr 08 04:09:17 raspberrypi piaware[601]: Connecting to FlightAware adept server at piaware.flightaware.com/1200

                          Apr 08 04:09:17 raspberrypi piaware[601]: Connection to adept server at piaware.flightaware.com/1200 failed: couldn't open socket: Temporary failure in name resolution

                          Apr 08 04:09:17 raspberrypi piaware[601]: reconnecting in 4 seconds...

                          Apr 08 04:09:21 raspberrypi piaware[601]: Connecting to FlightAware adept server at 70.42.6.224/1200

                          Apr 08 04:09:21 raspberrypi piaware[601]: Connection with adept server at 70.42.6.224/1200 established

                          Apr 08 04:09:21 raspberrypi piaware[601]: TLS handshake with adept server at 70.42.6.224/1200 completed

                          Apr 08 04:09:21 raspberrypi piaware[601]: FlightAware server certificate validated

                          Apr 08 04:09:21 raspberrypi piaware[601]: encrypted session established with FlightAware

                          Apr 08 04:09:21 raspberrypi sudo[766]: piaware : TTY=unknown ; PWD=/ ; USER=root ; COMMAND=/bin/netstat --program --tcp --wide --all --numeric

                          Apr 08 04:09:21 raspberrypi sudo[766]: pam_unix(sudo:session): session opened for user root by (uid=0)

                          Apr 08 04:09:21 raspberrypi sudo[766]: pam_unix(sudo:session): session closed for user root

                          Apr 08 04:09:22 raspberrypi piaware[601]: logged in to FlightAware as user xxxxxxx

                          Apr 08 04:09:22 raspberrypi piaware[601]: my feeder ID is xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

                          Apr 08 04:09:22 raspberrypi piaware[601]: site statistics URL: https://flightaware.com/adsb/stats/user/xxxxxxxxxxx

                          Apr 08 04:09:45 raspberrypi piaware[601]: 8 msgs recv'd from dump1090-mutabi; 6 msgs sent to FlightAware

                          Apr 08 04:09:50 raspberrypi piaware[601]: piaware has successfully sent several msgs to FlightAware!

                          Apr 08 04:14:45 raspberrypi piaware[601]: 17 msgs recv'd from dump1090-mutabi (9 in last 5m); 15 msgs sent to FlightAware


                          I do apologize if I missed anything, but now that I'm checking my FlightAware account by browsing the link I see for the first time from above log (in green), it seems all is working fine!

                          I noticed it seems there are two sites associated with my FA account, the one that was not (and is still not) working is the one shown by default on my account. Is it something I should do to delete that site from my RBPi?

                          Thank you!

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                          • arahata:

                            I have posted this "howto" in flightaware forum. You can use it.

                            For Beginners - How-to Remove Unused Site from Your Account

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                            • Originally posted by arahata View Post

                              sudo: journalctrl: command not found
                              Sorry, there was a typo in the command I posted. It had an ectra r. The correct spelling is journalctl, and not journalctrl.

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                              • Thank you for this brilliant guide, Got my Pi up and running in 2 hours providing data to FR24, Flightaware & Planefinder. Brillant work all of you :-)

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