I did a new build today. This looks like this:
[Info] Starting build for inodes/rtlsdr, user inodes
[Info] Dashboard link: https://dashboard.resin.io/apps/420185/devices
[Info] Building on ARM01
[Success] Cached image...
The best place to start is here: https://resin.io/how-it-works/
And there are many resources on YouTube regarding git and git remotes. GitHub and Bitbucket have a lot of resources. I work for Atlassian, so I'd be recommending Bitbucket. You can have free private git repositories :)
To boil it...
The space this refers to is actually at Resin.io itself (or its git repo - your remote).
If you go to your device page:
https://dashboard.resin.io/apps/739438/devices (only you can access this specific address)
Confirm that the command at the top for setting your git remote (which is...
A few things to note
Once your device is up and running, there are a few things to note.
Resin.io allows you to see the status of each device and control it.
Control your devices
See what your local IP address would be
See the most recent commit
Reboot and connect to your devices...
Cloning My Code and Pushing to your Device(s)
I've created everything you need code wise to get this working. You don't need to do anything except setup your accounts, and push the code.
Open up a terminal (Linux/MacOS) or command prompt (Windows)
Clone my repo from...
Working with Resin.io requires interaction between files on your computer and Resin.io using git.
If you have Linux or MacOS, these are already inbuilt. If you have Windows, these do not come preinstalled and will require some...
Obviously a Raspberry Pi (2 or 3 is best).
A blank micro SD card (16GB preferred, class 10 preferred)
Access to a command line with git (could be Windows, Linux, Mac OS).
A small amount of time.
Other accounts for Flightradar24, Flightaware also...
Get first Raspberry Pi configured, connected and submitting in 10 minutes
Second device in under 5 minutes
Changes in around 3 minutes
Remote management and control of all devices
Solution designed for 1 or many, many Raspberry Devices
Intended to solve my need to have Raspberry Pi's in...
Thanks Lee. It does make life easy for people who really don't want to spend too much time configuring, compiling, changing configuration.
Because the Docker containers can be rebuilt over and over again, it's very easy to make slight changes, test alternate configurations or upgrade to the...
In the above post it assumes you have:
Flightradar 24 key
Flightware login and password
You may also just require additional share codes for example for new locations.
Docker also makes this easy.
New Planefinder Sharecode
Pull down planefinder...
Micro SD card in hand, follow the Hypriot OS details via this blog: http://blog.hypriot.com/getting-started-with-docker-on-your-arm-device
After logging in as root, blacklist the RLT-SDR driver by adding your specific device to a config file /etc/modprobe.d/rtl-sdr_blacklist.conf with...
To quickly install dump1090, planefinder client, flightradar 24 client and flightaware client and be feeding to them in under an hour.
Firstly a quick thank you
Firstly to Frederik Granna whose blog post http://www.sysrun.io/2015/11/12/raspberry-pi-docker-rtl-sdr/ got me playing...
As a long time user and feeder of Planefinder, I wanted my first post to be useful.
I am in the process of increasing my number of Raspberry Pi's and sites and have been keen to have an easy way to get from a blank SD card to a running Pi quickly.
I have managed to do that recently and wanted...