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    Setting: Receiver = DVB-T




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    Setting: Receiver = AVR (TCP) or Beast (TCP)


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    I know my explanations and instructions are sometimes confusing attempting to explain things without knowing a better way.

    Works in my head. But not everyone has the same methodical thinking brain.

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    Hi there,

    I tried following this thread but i keep getting the google map and not the bing map? Any idea what i need to change?

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    (1) Which address you are viewing the map?
    You should use following address:

    IP-OF-PI/dump1090/gmap.html


    (2) Clear browser cache by pressing these 3 keys togather: Ctrl+Shift+Delete, then press Enter key.

    Reload browser by pressing these 2 keys togather: Ctrl+F5

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    Doesn't the current version use OpenStreetMap?

    Also as long as you get any map why would you need a different one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wiedehopf View Post
    Doesn't the current version use OpenStreetMap?
    Possibly google map is from another dump1090 (MR or mut ver 1.14).


    Also as long as you get any map why would you need a different one?
    Possibly due to Watermark and darkened Google map, if he does not have a Google key.

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    So maybe he didn't change the fr24feed.ini and fr24feed in turn installed an old dump1090?

    JPzone, which image or installation did you start from and what did you install?

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    Quote Originally Posted by abcd567 View Post
    (1) Which address you are viewing the map?
    You should use following address:

    IP-OF-PI/dump1090/gmap.html


    (2) Clear browser cache by pressing these 3 keys togather: Ctrl+Shift+Delete, then press Enter key.

    Reload browser by pressing these 2 keys togather: Ctrl+F5

    I cleared the cache and still get the Google maps one

    Quote Originally Posted by wiedehopf View Post
    JPzone, which image or installation did you start from and what did you install?
    I followed abc567's first post. On this thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPZone View Post
    I cleared the cache and still get the Google maps one
    I followed abc567's first post. On this thread

    please show the output of:

    cat /etc/fr24feed.ini

    and

    ls /etc/lighttpd/conf-enabled

    (or does mutability use the builtin webserver by default? @abcd)

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    Quote Originally Posted by wiedehopf View Post
    (or does mutability use the builtin webserver by default? @abcd)
    There is no built-in server with dump1090-mutability ver 1.15~dev.

    The dump1090 (Malcolm Robb) has a built-in server.

    I am not sure about dump mut ver 1.14 which is installed by FR24 feeder.

    I suspect problem is caused by setting "receiver=dvbt".
    Last edited by abcd567; Yesterday at 16:18.

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