You can view the live Skyview map on any device that can connect to your PiAware. PiAware only does the processing of ADSB transponder messages to plane positions. It doesn’t do the mapping software locally. If you want to have a self contained system you would need to use another mapping program than the free “open street maps” that is used by piaware.
How do I 1 - enable wifi ? I cannot find the piaware-config.txt file anywhere on the SD card. And 2 - how can I use the Pi to run a browser at the same time as I don’t want to use the PC ?
You can enable wifi by editing the /boot/piaware-config.txt file (this is found on the root directory when viewing the SD card directly from a PC). There are instructions here on what settings you need for wifi:
PiAware only does the output of ADSB transponder messages to plane positions. It doesn’t run mapping software locally. You would need another program that does mapping part. Piaware uses “open street maps” by default. There are programs like VirtualRadar, Avare, Foreflight, Google Maps, Bing Maps, etc. You can try to run your own mapping software locally on the Pi but in most cases a cellphone or a PC computer is just much easier.
There are also ways to run the system in Wifi Access point mode. But this also requires a separate PC.