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    Red face Why is this happening?

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    I hope everyone can help me.

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    Another fr24feed or dump1090 is already running.

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    so what should I do about it?thank you

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    What are you trying to do?

    What is your install?

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    rtl2832u ,deblan system,I think share date to flightradar24

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    Are you starting fr24feed on the console?
    That's not how it's meant to be used, a service is probably already running.

    fr24feed-status

    This will tell you if it's already running.
    Stopping it:
    sudo systemctl stop fr24feed

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    I already stop it,if it already running,I use the command can stop it,and I open sysytem,I should import any command can open fr24feed

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    I don't know what you are saying.

    Anyway just use this if it's not working, it runs dump1090 independent of fr24feed:

    https://github.com/wiedehopf/adsb-wi...for-dump1090fa


    If you stopped it and don't know that sudo systemctl start fr24feed will start it, then you can also just reboot and it will automatically start.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TakeOffDream View Post
    rtl2832u ,deblan system,I think share date to flightradar24
    What is your hardware and OS?
    Raspberry Pi with Raspbian OS
    OR
    PC with Debian OS?

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    Yeah could also be a kernel driver issue, you could always do this:

    Code:
    echo -e 'blacklist rtl2832\nblacklist dvb_usb_rtl28xxu\nblacklist rtl8192cu\nblacklist rtl8xxxu\n' | sudo tee /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist-rtl-sdr2.conf
    After creating the blacklist, reboot.
    It stops the wrong drivers from being loaded.

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