Not sure if this is the correct forum to post this problem.
Been a feeder for over a year. Suddenly, past day or two, my PiAware isn’t running properly and isn’t feeding.
When i ssh on my home network to the Pi, and run ‘top,’ dump1090-fa is no longer in the list. When i run ‘sudo systemctl restart dump1090-fa’ it is still not on the ‘top’ list. Re-boot doesn’t remedy the issue.
I thought that perhaps i needed to do the software update, so i followed the instructions in the email that was sent out. As far as i can tell, no update occurs. I’m not sure that an update can even occur, since i’m sending the update command from a computer other than the Pi. My ISP changed its networks recently – one person said it is now NATed but i don’t know if that is the case – and for some other apps of mine (for which i’d set up port forwarding), those apps won’t work. (The ISP said i would need a static IP.)
I’m wondering if that could explain why no update is happening. FA can’t find a return path to my Pi. Is there a way to do a command-line update of PiAware from the Pi itself?
Thanks for help.
Orrin in NE California