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    Quote Originally Posted by jackthom View Post
    If you can still get the FR24 status webpage select "settings" and choose from the dropdown options for "Logfile mode"
    Then click "save" followed by "restart"
    Perfect, I did that. What do I enter for logfile location? Or do I leave it blank? Also, how do I see the logfile? Thank you for the help!

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    Nevermind found the following:

    Quote Originally Posted by abcd567 View Post
    1. The settings seem OK for feeding data to FR24.
      The problem may be in connection to FR24. You have to enable log to find problems.
      First change
      "Logfile Mode" to "keep upto 48 hrs..."
      "Log file location" to /var/log/
      After making changes, click "Save" and "Restart" buttons at bottom-right of settings page.

      Wait for 10 minutes for log to build-up, then SSH to Pi, and give following command to check the log:
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      cat /var/log/fr24feed.log
    2. If "process arguments" is blank, you wont see a map with planes at ip-of-pi:8080 (try it).
      Add --net in the process argument, and you will see the map at ip-of-pi:8080 (try it after adding --net)
      NOTE: After adding --net, click "Save" and "Restart" buttons at bottom-right of settings page.

    3. "RAW data" is "YES", "Decoded Data" is "YES" is not required. better change these to NO

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    It's down right now.
    8754 page:
    This site can’t be reached
    192.168.0.150 refused to connect.
    Search Google for 192 168 150 8754 index
    ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED

    fr24feed-status
    [FAIL] FR24 Feeder/Decoder Process ... failed!

    hmmmm ...... what could that be?

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    And the output from the log you just enabled is....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oblivian View Post
    And the output from the log you just enabled is....

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    cat /var/log/fr24feed.log
    cat: /var/log/fr24feed.log: No such file or directory

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    Not sure your directories are correct, try

    cat /var/log/fr24feed/fr24feed.log
    Last edited by jackthom; 2018-09-08 at 13:14.

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    I'm not sure what is going on now, I can't even connect PuTTY anymore, pi doesn't show up on network, I tried unplugging it and replugging it 5 minutes later all I get is red light, 2 flashes from green light and that's it nothing else ....

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    Check the sd card is fully home in it's slot. If reseating it doesn't help the file system on the card may be corrupted.

    https://elinux.org/R-Pi_Troubleshoot...ecific_pattern

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackthom View Post
    Check the sd card is fully home in it's slot. If reseating it doesn't help the file system on the card may be corrupted.

    https://elinux.org/R-Pi_Troubleshoot...ecific_pattern
    Just checked and rechecked it is in properly ....... guess the SD card died on me now

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackthom View Post
    Not sure your directories are correct, try

    cat /var/log/fr24feed/fr24feed.log
    Thanks for correction.

    My post quoted by 71sbeetle is an old post, and at that time log file location used to be directly in directory /var/log/, like this:

    /var/log/fr24feed.log

    In current version of fr24 feeder, a directory "fr24feed" has been added, and now the log file is located inside this new directory, like this:

    /var/log/fr24feed/fr24feed.log

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