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    Looks like a bad connector. You probably need a...

    Looks like a bad connector. You probably need a new one.

    Sent from my ONEPLUS A5010 using Tapatalk
  2. Thread: Indian feeders

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    It's been along time since I last posted here. As...

    It's been along time since I last posted here. As Oblivian mentioned, there are a few Indian feeders (as in people from India) around on the forums but they usually get active only around incidents....
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    You could try running a reverse tunnel between the Pi and your host computer using SSH. Or even Netcat. Google reverse ssh tunnel.

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    Ah just realised the nudge was from Brian :)...

    Ah just realised the nudge was from Brian :) Thanks for moving the messages here.

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    This is for F-VABB3 who asked me a question on...

    This is for F-VABB3 who asked me a question on Mike's New Feeder thread. Moving the discussion here after that gentle nudge from Oblivian :)

    To answer your question, F-VABB3, I relocated my site...
  6. Thread: best antenna

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    They're using netcat to stream beast format data...

    They're using netcat to stream beast format data from port 30005 directly. It's kind of heavy on bandwidth compared to the other feeders. My average TX data for all three other feeders is around 7-8...
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    The software is now pretty stable. I'm using the...

    The software is now pretty stable. I'm using the RPi version of the feeder and I no longer reboot the Pi, and restart dump1090 and the feeder only once a week. In fact I have run it for over 3 weeks...
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    mvr.maa - T feeders are never redundant, they...

    mvr.maa - T feeders are never redundant, they work very well as backups in case the F feeder goes down. Sometimes they show up quite a lot even with the F feeders being present. If they're not...
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    Great coverage from Hyderabad, roaringfire. Any...

    Great coverage from Hyderabad, roaringfire. Any news on the Vizag feeder? Still don't see one online. Are you planning to host that too?
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    The easiest way would be to use the Raspberry Pi...

    The easiest way would be to use the Raspberry Pi image created by PeterHR. It's somewhere in the first 10-odd posts on this thread. Though personally, I would suggest you build from scratch, just to...
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    Hi all, Has anyone got any experience of...

    Hi all,

    Has anyone got any experience of running the FR24 Pi feeder from behind a firewall? Does it connect to the FR24 servers? Can we change the ports to use HTTP transport for example?

    Best...
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    Hi all, It's been some time since I wrote in...

    Hi all,

    It's been some time since I wrote in to the forum, the lack of Tapatalk support is really making things inconvenient!

    With the latest versions of the FR24 feeder (RPI version) and...
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    Does anyone have any clue about the status of the...

    Does anyone have any clue about the status of the Tapatalk fix? Still not able to connect.
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    Great to see F-VANP1 up and running with superb...

    Great to see F-VANP1 up and running with superb coverage at Nagpur in India. It fills in a big hole in central India coverage. Congratulations to the FR24 team!
    Now if we could just get reliable...
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    This is in reply to Zahidulhasan's post in the...

    This is in reply to Zahidulhasan's post in the New Feeder thread:

    There's a nice simple script to run the dump1090 process and the FR24 feeder process in the documentation posted by PeterHR in the...
  16. Thread: best antenna

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    Peter - filling a pipe with sand before bending...

    Peter - filling a pipe with sand before bending it will help to keep it from getting squashed at the bend.


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    I have the Pi and dongle in a single weatherproof...

    I have the Pi and dongle in a single weatherproof electrical box (8x6") with power over ethernet. No interference problems. My outdoor units are more than 65 meters away from the network, so I'd...
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    Just a general heads up for those who are...

    Just a general heads up for those who are compulsive "latest-version" guys. Malcolm Robb has released version 1.08.2302.14 of dump1090 on 24th February. From what I have seen of the changes, it...
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    Hmm yes I'm struggling a bit to get some range...

    Hmm yes I'm struggling a bit to get some range out of a coco largely because of the unknown velocity factor. That she I was asking. Anyway, time to try a slightly optimised segment length!

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    Hi Peter, What antenna are you using now? The...

    Hi Peter,

    What antenna are you using now? The Franklin or a coco?

    Best
    Jayant


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    Really appreciate the effort you're making to...

    Really appreciate the effort you're making to keep the image and docs updated, Peter!

    Just some points for the next update - the new version of the statically linked Linux feeder doesn't need the...
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    Great job, Dave! Yes, the learning curve can be a...

    Great job, Dave! Yes, the learning curve can be a bit steep, especially if you haven't played around with command lines before. I was just about typing out a long e-mail asking you to try out various...
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    What's the specific problem? Not getting an IP...

    What's the specific problem? Not getting an IP address? If lsusb can see it then the hardware seems to be ok. Check the syslog after booting up to see if the drivers are loading up Ok.

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    Peter, your documentation has definitely helped a...

    Peter, your documentation has definitely helped a huge number of people to get up and running with zero Linux knowledge. So a big thanks from all of us for that!

    I'm always glad to help out with...
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    If you don't plan to use wifi at all, all you...

    If you don't plan to use wifi at all, all you need is:

    auto lo
    iface lo inet loopback
    iface eth0 inet dhcp
    iface default inet dhcp

    You shouldn't need to do the auto eth0. And don't forget...
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