Hello, I am running a 3b+ running the newest version of rasbian with dump1090 fa installed, flightaware and flighradar24 "see" the planes, but planefinder doesnt?
I have tried using port 30002 and 30005, but both dont work, for ip i put in 188.8.131.52
Is it somehow posible to activate MLAT in the Planefinder client?
It works on FR24, FlightAware and Radarbox.
Raspberry Pi OS Lite
32-bit, kernel 5.10, Debian version: 11 (bulleye)
I've been attempting to build an ADS-B receiver with my Raspberry Pi for a while, I've followed the steps listed in the document above the installation files and for some reason it does not obtain and data. I checked the logs and there isn't any errors except for the fact it seems to restart...
Hi all, I wanted to make a simple Image to make the raspberry pi user hassle free installation. Here i have uploaded a Rasbian Lite image with the feature. This Image will work on Raspberry PI 2/3. Its assume to completed whole process within 30 minutes only.
1> Raspbian jessie lite image with...
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...
Let's say I have a Raspberry Pi running Dump1090 Mutability feeding multiple sites.
A local police chopper with ADS-B on shows up regularly, I am the only one feeding the data and I don't feel comfortable doing so.
Would it be possible somehow to "ban" that aircraft data from being feed from...
In the dim and distant past I had modesdeco2 working on Pi 2 it died some time ago and i finally dusted off my old B+ Pi and loaded the latest Noobs which reports to be :
[email protected]:~/modesdeco2 $ lsb_release -da
No LSB modules are available.
Distributor ID: Raspbian...
Is there a possebility to Prefetch (Pre-cache) certain map data for dump1090 that is installed on Raspberry Pi ?
This would be interesting in a situations where there is no internet available so we can still see the planes on a map that is pre-downoaded.
Any help on this would be welcome ;-)
Last Update: December 05, 2021
What you need is 3 components as follows:
STEP-1: An operating system like "Raspberry Pi OS".
STEP-2: A decoder software "dump1090"
STEP-3: Planefinder's data feeding software pfclient.
STEP 1- INSTALL OPERATING SYSTEM
1.1 - Download Raspberry Pi OS Lite image...