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  • wiedehopf
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    I wouldn't recommend it, you are on your own with that.
    It's not like it's complicated to change gain via command line: https://github.com/wiedehopf/adsb-sc...rovided-helper
    That's already included.

    Note you should then disable the automatic algorithm for changing gain.

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  • Scroggie
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    Thanks again, I've now got both the tar1090 and the dump1090-fa maps with colo(u)red and blue dotted range lines out to 300nm, the upintheair theoretical coverage area and the Bing maps all as I want them.
    I would like to get back the ability to set receiver gain from the map views perhaps by changing the paths in the various abcd567's instructions on that subject. would that work? Anyway it's past 1 am over here now so I'm giving up for tonight.

    T-EGSY1

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  • wiedehopf
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    You can change that via the configuration just as with the other interface.
    You can also add the upintheair.json

    Also as previously said there are multiple interfaces.
    The tar1090 interface config is configured like this:
    https://github.com/wiedehopf/tar1090...rface-optional

    Same html folder is where uptintheair.json goes.

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  • Scroggie
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    Yes I have already gone with that and I do like the interface. I just miss the set gain capability, the option of more range circles and the Heywhatsthat radio horizon plot

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  • wiedehopf
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    Well you can have both versions of the web interface, having both dump1090-mutability and dump1090-fa is another story.

    Just go with this bundle here, it has multiple web interfaces:
    https://github.com/wiedehopf/adsb-sc...for-dump1090fa

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  • Scroggie
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    Originally posted by wiedehopf View Post

    Note you can't have dump1090-fa and dump1090-mutability installed at the same time.
    The script will therefore deinstall dump1090-mutability.
    Great!! This forum is back on line - how could we live without it!

    I've just done a complete reinstall.
    I do like dump1090-mutability_1-15 with all the additions like Heywhatsthat range circles, colo(u)red rings and embedded gain changing etc.
    The new performance graphs are excellent also.
    I then installed dump1090-fa and that too has many features that I like. so I hoped to be able to run both versions but I find that the dump1090-mutability_1-15 map has now lost all the installed features.It just runs with a basic layout and grey (gray) aircraft.
    Then I saw your post saying that It isn't possible to install both but I'm sure that I had successfully done that before I decided to begin with a new USB stick.
    Is is definitely not possible to have both versions?

    T-EGSY1

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  • Scroggie
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    Originally posted by wiedehopf View Post
    A simple fan and it's not an issue.

    A passive heatsink won't help if you put it in a plastic case.
    There are heatsinks which serve as a case though, they seem very capable.

    Some very interesting testing of Pi4 cases/cooling here:-
    https://www.martinrowan.co.uk/2019/0...ng-under-load/

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  • wiedehopf
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    A simple fan and it's not an issue.

    A passive heatsink won't help if you put it in a plastic case.
    There are heatsinks which serve as a case though, they seem very capable.

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  • Scroggie
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    Originally posted by abcd567 View Post
    Pi3 B+, if you dont want any headaches of heating & over temprature of CPU of Pi4

    Yes, i've seen all about the overheating problems. I already have a Pi3B - using that to type this - and various cooling solutions for the 4 are emerging so the temptation is there.600px_200x200.jpg Mind you this seems a bit over the top! - and it's half the price of the Pi. 33 CAD
    20191031_105819_1024x1024.jpg though this one is only 3.38 CAD
    Last edited by Scroggie; 2019-11-07, 23:58.

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  • abcd567
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    Originally posted by Scroggie View Post
    Christmas is coming..... Pi4?

    Pi3 B+, if you dont want any headaches of heating & over temprature of CPU of Pi4
    Last edited by abcd567; 2019-11-07, 23:41.

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  • wiedehopf
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    Disable MLAT then.
    And maybe remove the graphs.

    The recent 1.024 versions of fr24feed seem to be using more CPU.

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  • Scroggie
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    What was strange was the sudden increase in that network traffic AFTER doing test gain changes. I hadn't got a browser running for most of the time. I think using Pi 1s is asking a lot anyway - cpu is running at 100% all the time. Christmas is coming..... Pi4?

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  • wiedehopf
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    Don't leave the page open if the traffic matters to you?

    It's not like it's an issue on an internal network.
    And even over the internet, 50 kB/s is usually not an issue.

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  • Scroggie
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    Originally posted by wiedehopf View Post
    That's just network traffic.

    Having the graph page auto refreshing alone will be some part of that.

    So is there a setting to change the auto updating?

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  • wiedehopf
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    That's just network traffic.

    Having the graph page auto refreshing alone will be some part of that.

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