[quote=“david.baker”]PiAware defaults to SSH off. Instruction to turn on SSH is here:
Basically you can create a “ssh” file in the SD card’s boot directory or run the “sudo raspi-config” program.
MLAT timing is usually due to your site’s location not set. Go to your “My ADS-B” page through the link at the top of this webpage.
Go to the location section and check if the value is set correctly.
The other MLAT problems are usually due timing on your PiAware.
Timing problems can be hard to diagnose since it can come from delays in the USB system to delays in the CPU.
SSH was enabled and Location was set it - it was all working fine until today. The only thing I can think was, that I had running on PiAware that was extra was FlightRadar24, Planefinder and I added yesterday Opensky.
maybe I had overloaded the pi? I dunno, I have uninstalled Planefinder and Opensky for now. I will monitor the situation.