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Thread: Linux feeder software for Flightradar24 (Old software)

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    @mindless,
    You were feeding a minute ago, but your Pi is now offline.

    @spforums,
    Another way to view your data (if you have windows) is with adsbscope.
    Fire up adsbscope. Go to Other, Network, Network Setup
    Under Raw-data-client, set portnumber to 30002, and the URL to be the URL of the Pi (mine is at 10.0.0.3). Set the data as "Normal"
    Close the Network Setup window
    Click the button (that looks like network) "Start RAW data CLIENT".
    Enjoy.

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    Re the http server - that's what I thought however my web page http://10.0.0.21:8080 shows 'Error opening HTML file: No such file or directory'
    If I run 'netstat -tulpn' on the RPi it shows '0.0.0.0:8080' listening...

    All is ok using adsbscope, planeplotter and virtualradarserver, but I just wanted to see the dump1090 server output which doesn't seem to be playing ball!
    Last edited by spforums; 2013-03-26 at 17:47.

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    but I just wanted to see the dump1090 server output which doesn't seem to be playing ball!
    For dump1090's web server to work properly, it needs to be started from the directory in which it is. So, for me:
    Code:
    export FR24AUTHIP=83.140.247.20
    cd ~/dump1090
    ./dump1090 --net --enable-agc > /dev/null &
    ./fr24feed_arm-le_225s --fr24key=c212ff8afbaf8ad0 > /dev/null &
    Then it works.
    Otherwise, maybe you could copy the file gmap.html to wherever it is you are starting dump1090 from.

    Hope this helps
    Last edited by roofer; 2013-03-26 at 18:08. Reason: code, code, code

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    I figure people might be chomping at the bit for the modifyed gmap.html file I edited to have OSM. You can find it at: http://raspberry.mindlesstux.com/~adsb/

    The diffrence between the two files is one is what is live with my dump1090 right now (aka cant get any more bleeding edge than that), the other is something that works and should not have errors.

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    @roofer
    spot on re gmap.html - I was running from elsewhere without all the files. Thanks.

    @mindlesstux
    Thanks - all working.

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    Having done a fresh Debian Wheezey install on my Pi installed and got working dump1090 i still get this error with the fr24 feed:
    Code:
    pi@raspberrypi ~ $ ./fr24feed_arm-le_225s --fr24key=416c0c6d1b30f4f2 --bs-ip=192.168.1.4
    [i]FR24Feed v225 - built on Oct  8 2012/09:38:58
    [i]Downloading configuration...OK
    [i]Parsing configuration...ERROR
    []:
    pi@raspberrypi ~ $ pi@raspberrypi ~ $
    I recovered my sharing key direct from fr24.com so I know it is correct. I have done the export on the FR IP address. Where to now?
    Michael
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    I am running "raspbian" on my Pi, and fr24feed_arm-le_225s works perfectly.
    Code:
    pi@rpi:~/dump1090$ ./fr24feed_arm-le_225s --help
    [i]FR24Feed v225 - built on Oct  8 2012/09:38:58
    ./fr24feed_arm-le_225s --fr24key=YOUR_SHARING_KEY
    ./fr24feed_arm-le_225s --fr24key=YOUR_SHARING_KEY --bs-ip=xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx --bs-port=NNNNN
    pi@rpi:~/dump1090$
    But I notice you are providing a bs-ip of 192.168.1.4
    Why?
    If you are running fr24feed_arm-le_225s and dump1090 on the Pi then bs-ip should not need to be specified as it defaults to localhost.
    From dump1090 --help, it looks as though if you wish to specify the bs-ip, you may also need to specify the port number. Perhaps that is worth a try.

    Please confirm that you are not running any virtual machines here.

    You might also like to revisit your post at #173 in this thread, and edit out /anonymise your personal FR24 sharing key. It is a key.

    Best wishes.

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    @roofer

    It makes no difference what switches I put in the error is the same.

    What is frustrating is there's been no response from support on this.
    Michael
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    nzradar: Is your adsbox still working, and if yes, is the feed working ok when using adsbox instead of dump1090?

    I read that your adsbox stops working after a while, I have the same problem with the latest 2013 version, but the last 2012 version works perfectly for me.

    I don't have a Beast but a microADS-B dongle, but I suppose the output is the same.
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    OK thanks I'll try the last 2012. The 2013 stops after a while. Will report back.

    I'm just trying to find a stable, good Linux adsb decoder that works in the southern hemisphere.
    Michael
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