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    Quote Originally Posted by riki View Post
    THEN there are no ways to work around without installing linux and emulators? and you can not configure the rebroadcast server in virtual radar server on win10?
    No. Rebroadcast server does not work in that way. Nor does FR24feed accept data from anything but their linux software
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    RIP FR24 for me :-(

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    Quote Originally Posted by riki View Post
    RIP FR24 for me :-(
    I gave the bird to Flightaware when they did the same, but was happy to spend some time (but not money) on FR24 as it has better apps and web site.

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    I agree with you

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    I have been using a SBS-3 with the WindowsFeeder for FR24 for many years and to my complete satisfaction and would like to continue to supply FR24 with data. An RPi with DVBT stick is out of the question for me. If FR24 does not offer a reasonable alternative, they will have to do without my data and I'm probably not alone with that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eddh6 View Post
    I have been using a SBS-3 with the WindowsFeeder for FR24 for many years and to my complete satisfaction and would like to continue to supply FR24 with data. An RPi with DVBT stick is out of the question for me. If FR24 does not offer a reasonable alternative, they will have to do without my data and I'm probably not alone with that.
    And that is my stance also

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    Quote Originally Posted by eddh6 View Post
    I have been using a SBS-3 with the WindowsFeeder for FR24 for many years and to my complete satisfaction and would like to continue to supply FR24 with data. An RPi with DVBT stick is out of the question for me. If FR24 does not offer a reasonable alternative, they will have to do without my data and I'm probably not alone with that.
    If that's out of the question, the community has provided a free solution if there is some CPU and ram to spare since there's no official alternate if you wish to keep business status.

    https://forum.flightradar24.com/showthread.php?t=12483

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    I have just followed the link you supplied and I have no idea what the hell it's talking about,I'm not a computer programmer,I'm a 60 year old planespotter that's spent his life in construction,that's not an answer to the problem it is a problem itself.

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    Pants! this is.

    My feeder subscription is no more, 10+ and this, PANTS

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    planespotter said
    I have just followed the link you supplied and I have no idea what the hell it's talking about,I'm not a computer programmer,I'm a 60 year old planespotter that's spent his life in construction,that's not an answer to the problem it is a problem itself.
    I was in the same state of mind than you some weeks ago when my Windows feed was stopped as I said here :

    https://forum.flightradar24.com/thre...l=1#post120548

    It would appear that I have overacted as Oblivian said but nevertheless It worked. I'm also in my 60's and it was almost going back to school with the Linux matter but finally I achieved!
    What you need is time and a spare laptop and do exactly what abcd567 wrote. I was reluctant at the beginning but because I could not see other solutions I decided to have a go et voila. It is tedious for a non-Linux speaking person but "qui ne tente rien n'a rien" (nothing ventured nothing gained).
    I would recommend you to have a try. The final recompense is when, inside Chromium, everything turn green!
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