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    Restart FR24 after RaspPi reboot

    I had to restart my RaspPi and now it's not feeding FR24. Do just use: "sudo service fr24feed start" to get it running again?
    Is there a command I can insert somewhere to have it auto-start? I feed FA, FR24, and RB24. FA seems to restart automatically.

    Thanks!

    Jason



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    Checked it.. it's not working

    Here is the error message: "Could not connect to tcp://localhost:30005"

    I installed Raspian, then PiAware, then dump1090 (per FA instructions), then FR24, and this is the error.

    Flight aware is working fine.






    Quote Originally Posted by port107 View Post
    Thank you! I got it.

    Jason

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    Quote Originally Posted by port107 View Post
    Here is the error message: "Could not connect to tcp://localhost:30005"

    I installed Raspian, then PiAware, then dump1090 (per FA instructions), then FR24, and this is the error.

    Flight aware is working fine.
    Step-1:
    In your Browser's address bar type
    ip-of-pi:8754/settings.html
    and press Enter key. This will open FR24 Settings page.

    Step-2:
    On the Settings page opend in step-1, set
    Reciever = AVR (TCP)
    Host/IP = 127.0.0.1:30002

    Step-3
    Click "Save" button first, then click "Restart" button, and wait few minutes. Both the "Save" and "Restart" buttons are at bottom-right of the settings page.

    FR24 settings avr-tcp.png

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    As above. New coding means 'localhost' is not recognised on all installs without some adjustments.

    If another feeder is present and dump1090 already working, Replace with the localhost 127.0.0.1 per multi-feeder install best practice

    Cleaned up and closing to lessen number of threads people reference for help
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