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New PiAware hardware, higher performance and easier than ever to build!

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FlightAware's PiAware now include dozens of improvements in the last few months and supports the all-new Raspberry Pi 2. (flightaware.com) Mehr...

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ynotssor
ynot ssor 2
It would be reasonable to request that the PiAware software be made available as either a .tgz file or a Debian package for those of us that are Linux-savvy.
dbaker
Daniel Baker 3
Debian package and installation instructions for Raspbian are here: https://flightaware.com/adsb/piaware/install

Source code here: https://github.com/flightaware/piaware and https://github.com/flightaware/dump1090_mr
cujoe86
joe hemi 1
What is the advantage or running Pi 2 vs the original one? Just wondering since I bought my setup the day before this was announced so I didn't get Pi 2.
dbaker
Daniel Baker 2
There's no advantage currently to the Pi 2 for PiAware, but we're getting the word out so we can plan to use the newer hardware moving forward.

There's also a newer case that's better and some lower price items, etc, that just make setup easier, but your current gear is great.
kpssquad1
Kevin Shields 1
Do I need a dedicated computer or can I occasionally remove my laptop for doing work?
dbaker
Daniel Baker 1
A computer isn't required to run PiAware.
kpssquad1
Kevin Shields 1
So I buy the items on the list and it runs as a stand alone unit? I'm new to this I'm sorry so I was looking for info on how it it works set up etc. thanks
dbaker
Daniel Baker 2
Yes, exactly. It's that easy!
kpssquad1
Kevin Shields 1
I appreciate your help I'm gonna have to get on this, it sounds so freakin cool!
kpssquad1
Kevin Shields 1
How long will it take for my pi aware device to be recognized? Does the antenna need to "see" the sky?

dbaker
Daniel Baker 1
Yes, ideally it should be outdoors or by the window. Did you successfully claim the device?
kpssquad1
Kevin Shields 1
No it did not claim the device and it was connected for quite awhile. That being said I have not yet tried it at home I was in my firehouse and the antenna was by a window but in a back corner of building. Do I have a problem though cause device was not claimed?
dbaker
Daniel Baker 1
You need to complete last step of claiming it to be able to see the data. Is your computer on the same network as the PiAware?
kpssquad1
Kevin Shields 1
Same network?? I would assume? My computer is on my home network and that's where the device is. How would I know? I did all the mac steps and plugged everything in. I'm actually going to try again about an hour from now.
kpssquad1
Kevin Shields 1
Hey I appreciate your help more than you could ever know!! I have now setup at home and same thing it has not claimed it. So I'm going to assume they are on different networks. It says I need to configure manually. Can I use a USB cord to connect it to my computer to manually configure it? I hate when I feel stupid!!!

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