AcarsDeco2 v.20150718 + used new versions of the boost 1.58 libraries + used Microsoft Visual Studio 2013 + fixed some bugs When you try to launch acarsdeco2 you can get an error that msvcp120.dll or/and msvcr120.dll is missing in your OS. Please, download the Visual C++ Redistributable Package for Visual Studio 2013 from the Microsoft site: https://www.microsoft.com/en-US/download/details.aspx?id=40784. You will need to install file of 32 bit version vcredist_x86.exe regardless of what bitness have your operating system! The Visual C++ Redistributable Packages install run-time components that are required to run applications that are developed by using Visual Studio 2013, on computers that don't have Visual Studio 2013 installed. These packages install run-time components of libraries. In the archive acarsdeco2_xp.exe is the same program, but was compiled with Platform Toolset property to Visual Studio 2013 – Windows XP (v110_xp) for compatibility with windows XP. + added display of supplemental information and live data, extracted from ADS-B messages the same aircraft. If simultaneously with the ACARS this aircraft transmits ADS-B messages and they are received and processed by VRS, then specifying its URL, you can see some of this information in acarsdeco2 WEB server. + added by default the ability to take images of the aircrafts from the fixed local directory static/photos. To do this, put your collection of images of aircrafts in the static/photos directory. The image files must have the .jpg extension. If used the option --vrs-url <arg> in command line, then the ability to taking the images from local directory will disabled and they will be taken from the specified VRS. + added option --pictures-url <arg> for the ability to take images of the aircrafts from site, which can issue their by http requests + added option --no-empty for filtering messages without data Mode: 2 (50), Label: Q0 (ACARS link test) + added picture-plug for aircraft for which there is no image in the collection + changed filtering uplink messages from ground stations This is console (command line) up to 3-channels ACARS software defined radio (SDR) via a RTL2832 dongle receiver and decoder program that can do, for example: C:\>acarsdeco2.exe --gain 38.0 --freq-correction 65 --freq 131550000 --freq 131725000 --http-port 8090 --vrs-url http://192.168.1.10:8080 --udp 127.0.0.1:9742 --net 30008 --gain 38.0 - setting gain for receiver R820T. Determine the optimal value for your receiving conditions once, for example, in SDRSharp, --freq-correction 65 - correction of dongle internal oscillator. This is absolutely critical accurate adjustment for multi-channel receiver, --freq 131550000 --freq 131725000 - frequency of ACARS channel (up to 3), --http-port 8090 - set the port number for HTTP server. Default 8080, --vrs-url http://192.168.1.10:8080 - network address of VirtualRadarServer for getting aircraft pictures in the WEB window, --udp 127.0.0.1:9742 - set UDP client for transmitting ACARS data to PlanePlotter, --net 30008 - set TCP server for transmit data in Kinetic SBS-3 ACARS format on port 30008. Windows: acarsdeco2_windows_20150718.zip Raspberry Pi 2: acarsdeco2_rpi2_20150718.tgz Raspberry Pi: acarsdeco2_rpi_20150718.tgz Ubuntu 14.04 Intel 32 bit: acarsdeco2_i386_20150718.tgz Ubuntu 14.04 Intel 64 bit: acarsdeco2_x86_64_20150718.tgz OS X 10.10 (Yosemite): acarsdeco2_osx_20150718.tgz In order that the program functioned in full is required: 1. Download the full not unzipped archive acarsdeco2_xxxx_20150718.zip from Google disk onto your PC. 2. Unzip it to any directory, keeping the structure of all subdirectories and their contents. 3. Depending on your operating system, use the appropriate .exe file. In the sub-folder "datasets" are the files that can be edited, if the information is outdated. Data should be separated by commas. Each data string must start on a new line with keeping the original format.