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  1. #11
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    Hi Zahid

    I still have your install still running 'locally' without any issues and not feeding any site with this particular RPi. I see on most maps posted to this Forum that they two clocks show UTC and Local time. Mine shows UTC and Last update time. I'm guessing I've missed ticking a box somewhere or missed a step during configuration. Can you or abcd567 help point me in the right direction?

    Peter

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    Quote Originally Posted by ylis View Post
    Hi Zahid

    I still have your install still running 'locally' without any issues and not feeding any site with this particular RPi. I see on most maps posted to this Forum that they two clocks show UTC and Local time. Mine shows UTC and Last update time. I'm guessing I've missed ticking a box somewhere or missed a step during configuration. Can you or abcd567 help point me in the right direction?

    Peter
    Hi Peter,

    Plz find the process to change "Last Update" to "Local time". This is our boss abcd sir blog. which helped me a lot in the primary stage.
    https://forum.planefinder.net/thread...241/#post-2475

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    Thanks Zahid

    and the guru Sir abcd567 for his work and blog posts. All working fine. Just had to clear the browser cache for the changes to appear.

    Peter

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    Thank you Zahid Iíve learnt a lot thanks to your post. Iím quite a beginner and didnít know I can feed more than only FR24 with my RPi. Happy to support more communities indeed. Kind regards and keep up the good work


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    From this post I noted the following websites who can listen to the RPi:
    http://flightradar24.com
    http://planefinder.net
    http://flightaware.com
    http://rb24.com
    http://Adsbexchange.com
    Are there more?
    I mean since I am receiving, I'm happy to share with everyone around

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    In addition to the five websites you list, I am now also feeding to OpenSky. I have found a seventh site, called ADSBhub, but the setup for that looks a bit more complicated and may take (me) some more time (when I have time).

    Cheers,
    Andreas

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    Thanks for your hard work and effort. Your system worked great for me to start over after all the issues with the updates.
    For us non-technical users, it is a big help to have you and others helps us out. Thanks so much!
    Rock Ridge
    BTW: I did go back in and change some items like the map key to use Bing Road map and terrain limits with range rings using the great instruction by abcd567 at
    https://forum.flightradar24.com/thre...-15-dev-on-RPi
    I’m still try to get the map display from Nautical Miles to Statute Miles
    Last edited by RockRidge; 2018-01-25 at 21:04.

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    As for the fresh install stopping. It is updating and failing on some checks

    https://forum.flightradar24.com/thre...l=1#post100905

    Either manual update required as specified there to install Dump1090.

    Or USB blacklist clear
    #Workaround for Raspbian Stretch
    sudo wget -O /etc/udev/rules.d/rtl-sdr.rules "https://raw.githubusercontent.com/osmocom/rtl-sdr/master/rtl-sdr.rules"
    sudo reboot
    Posts not to be taken as official support representation - Just a helpful uploader who tinkers

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    Another update on this - MLAT was showing as running on FR24 but i was not seeing anything on the map. The logs showed I was feeding back but I couldn't get any info. When I installed Flight Aware that was offline due to timing issues on the processor. Doing some research I came across a similar issue where the Pi firmware would cause this. uname -a showed mine to be on 4.9.35-v7.

    I ran sudo apt-get install rpi-update followed by sudo rpi-update which updated the firmware to 4.9.79-v7+ and rebooted. MLAT has been working ever since and showing tracked aircraft on the map + flightaware mlat status has also been green ever since and mlat stats are now populating.

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    Am I supposed to change to "dvb-t" in the receiver field if that's what I'm using?
    Are all other fields supposed to stay the same? Even the IP? What does it mean 127. and so on.
    I get 0 planes with mine, have tried a new dvb-t and antenna.

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