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    The GUI is part of Operating System, not the fr24feeder.

    If you want GUI, you have to go to Raspbian download page (https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/raspbian/) and download "Raspbian Stretch With Desktop" (https://downloads.raspberrypi.org/raspbian_latest) and write it to your microSD using "win32 disk imager" or "etcher".

    Once you have written "Raspbian Stretch With Desktop" to your microSD card, slip it into Pi, and power up, then install the fr24feed package by method given by Khan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by abcd567 View Post
    The GUI is part of Operating System, not the fr24feeder.

    If you want GUI, you have to go to Raspbian download page (https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/raspbian/) and download "Raspbian Stretch With Desktop" (https://downloads.raspberrypi.org/raspbian_latest) and write it to your microSD using "win32 disk imager" or "etcher".

    Once you have written "Raspbian Stretch With Desktop" to your microSD card, slip it into Pi, and power up, then install the fr24feed package by method given by Khan.
    Hi
    The problem was mine because I confused the above package with another that has the OS and what is needed to run the fr24feeder.
    Thanks
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    cmg

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    @cmgam

    Thanks for clarifying.

    Now I understand that you were refering to Pi24 image. This image is "Raspbian Stretch LITE" OS with dump1090-mutability and fr24feed pre-installed.

    As the Pi24 image's OS is "Raspbian Stretch LITE" which is headless (no GUI), Pi24 is also headless.

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    And how to start fr24feed automatically when raspberry boots?
    Do I need to run any script or command?
    Thanks in advance
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    cmg

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    The fr24feed auto-starts at boot. You dont have to do any thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abcd567 View Post
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    The fr24feed auto-starts at boot. You dont have to do any thing.
    Hi
    Thanks.

    cmg

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