Missing CP items


#1

New Mod 3 Rpi, Dump1090-FA & Piaware. Missing “Send Command to Device”. Missing “Auto Update”. Missing Mlat although is operative. Unable to produce these items on this CP. Reboot after stopping Dump1090/FA using terminal (Reinstalling FA). I can’t see why these did not install correctly the first time? Anybody know? Still missing.

hiflyer7

TIA!


#2

what does
sudo piaware-config -showall
display?
You can enable these commands using this function.


#3

What is “CP”?
How did you install piaware?


#4

It shows allow auto Update Yes
" manual Update Yes
" mlat " Yes

“Send Command to Device” on the CP Control Panel is very handy but nothing like it using pieware-config -showall

Used Flight Aware’s data sheet steps 2 & 3 etc and the terminal

Sure wish I could get the full Control Panel instead of the very brief one!

Thanks to both of you.

hiflyer7


#5

Is it site 32745 that you’re having trouble with?


#6

That site is identifying itself as neither a package-based install nor a sdcard-based install so the control panel doesn’t know if it safe to send commands to it.
What image did you start with and what steps did you take to install piaware?

The output of piaware-config -showall would be useful to see.


#7

Here is some info: My Ads-b, Adsb, PiAware, (Install PiAware on Your Rpi) Steps 2, 3, 4 (yes, Yes) Copy Paste to instal piaware and dump1090-fa.

pi@raspberrypi:~ sudo piaware-config -showall #adept-serverhosts "piaware.flightaware.com piaware.flightaware.com 70.42.6.197 70.42.6.198 70.42.6.191" # using default value #adept-serverport 1200 # using default value allow-auto-updates yes # value set at /etc/piaware.conf:7 allow-manual-updates yes # value set at /etc/piaware.conf:8 #allow-mlat yes # using default value #beast-baudrate <unset> # no value set and no default value #flightaware-password <unset> # no value set and no default value #flightaware-user <unset> # no value set and no default value #http-proxy-host <unset> # no value set and no default value #http-proxy-password <unset> # no value set and no default value #http-proxy-port <unset> # no value set and no default value #http-proxy-user <unset> # no value set and no default value #image-type <unset> # no value set and no default value #manage-config no # using default value #mlat-results yes # using default value #mlat-results-format "beast,connect,localhost:30104 beast,listen,30105 ext_basestation,listen,30106" # using default value #priority <unset> # no value set and no default value #radarcape-host <unset> # no value set and no default value #receiver-host <unset> # no value set and no default value #receiver-port 30005 # using default value #receiver-type rtlsdr # using default value #rfkill no # using default value #rtlsdr-device-index 0 # using default value #rtlsdr-gain -10 # using default value #rtlsdr-ppm 0 # using default value #wired-address <unset> # no value set and no default value #wired-broadcast <unset> # no value set and no default value #wired-gateway <unset> # no value set and no default value #wired-nameservers "8.8.8.8 8.8.4.4" # using default value #wired-netmask <unset> # no value set and no default value #wired-network yes # using default value #wired-type dhcp # using default value #wireless-address <unset> # no value set and no default value #wireless-broadcast <unset> # no value set and no default value #wireless-gateway <unset> # no value set and no default value #wireless-nameservers "8.8.8.8 8.8.4.4" # using default value #wireless-netmask <unset> # no value set and no default value #wireless-network no # using default value #wireless-password <unset> # no value set and no default value #wireless-ssid <unset> # no value set and no default value #wireless-type dhcp # using default value pi@raspberrypi:~
Hope you can shed some light it?! et al Thank you!

highflyer7


#8

misspelled my own signature nom… hiflyer7


#9

bump: “Is it site 32745 that you’re having trouble with”? It is. Also, I’m running PA 3.1.0 I don’t see what I need let alone to "un comment # it in config?

Any ideas anyone?

hiflyer7


#10

It is pretty weird. What image did you start from?

Also try “sudo dpkg --configure -a” just in case you have any half-installed packages around.