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Thread: Raspberry Pi type B + DVB-T Dongle to feed FR24

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    I cant, it says value 1 is incorrect, please enter a correct hostnam that resolves to a valid IP!

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    Remove the 1 then, it must be completely blank.Otherwise try localhost. What f
    did you choose on answer1?
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    I managed to come this far, and got stucked again, here is a screendump...RPi_2.jpg

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    Thats ok (more or less*hehe)

    Open the FR24 Webinterface (YourPiIP:8754) and check the Settings there. Please refer to this shot

    Quote Originally Posted by equi View Post
    Good morning seh2000,

    here is the promised ScreenshotAttachment 5318
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    Hi Istvan, I get the same error message. Try stopping and restarting the feed again then wait a couple of minutes before doing the status.

    sudo service fr24feed stop
    sudo service fr24feed start

    If that doesn't work, I found I had to take some of the entries in fr24feed.ini out. Use nano fr24feed.ini to edit out the entries. I can get it to work with just the entries for receiver and key. I'm using the latest beta software and thought it was an issue with that but you are getting the same with production software. Strange.
    Last edited by trigger; 2015-01-07 at 17:21. Reason: added sudo to commands
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    ok, I will try... Thanks all!!

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    Acualy I cant stop service, It says: "you must be a root user" I have rebooted RPi but same thing. How do get to be a root user?

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    sudo service fr24feed stop
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    Really, really Thanks Mate!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by equi View Post
    No worries, I recommend the Banana Pi
    Yes, Banana PRO is a good one, with ARM A7 1 Ghz Dual Core Processor, 1 GB RAM & built-in WiFi, all at $49.99 (you may find better price if you search). It was missed in my last post.

    http://www.amazon.com/Pi--Banana-Mai..._1420642406534

    Last edited by abcd567; 2015-01-07 at 18:11.

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