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Title: rbfeeder for x86_64 or i386
Post by: mignz on February 29, 2020, 12:42:52 PM
Hello, I have a QNAP NAS running dump1090 + fr24feeder running in Docker. I would like to feed to RadarBox24 also and I can't find rbfeeder built for x86_64 or i386.

Does it exist? Or can it be compiled?
Title: Re: rbfeeder for x86_64 or i386
Post by: abcd567 on February 29, 2020, 06:32:12 PM
Please see source code at Github/mutability

https://github.com/mutability/rbfeeder 


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Title: Re: rbfeeder for x86_64 or i386
Post by: mignz on March 01, 2020, 05:40:44 PM
Can't get it to compile on Debian x86_64.

After figuring out all the packages libs and whatever I had to install, it's stuck with a sprintf error...
Title: Re: rbfeeder for x86_64 or i386
Post by: abcd567 on March 01, 2020, 11:44:53 PM
Can't get it to compile on Debian x86_64.

After figuring out all the packages libs and whatever I had to install, it's stuck with a sprintf error...

I am stuck right at this first step. What values of these variables should be used?

Quote from Github/mutability/rbfeeder
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To compile this program, you must define the following variables: CONN_KEY, CONN_NONCE and DEF_XOR_KEY.

Example: $ CONN_KEY="abc" CONN_NONCE="xyz" DEF_XOR_KEY="1234" make -j 4

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Title: Re: rbfeeder for x86_64 or i386
Post by: luca773 on May 02, 2020, 11:05:48 AM
Hello,

me too need little help compiling for amd64.

What values those variables are supposed to have?

thanks
Title: Re: rbfeeder for x86_64 or i386
Post by: Kirill on May 20, 2020, 10:30:06 AM
hello. I need to pack too for ubuntu x64 install under hiver-V win x64/
Title: Re: rbfeeder for x86_64 or i386
Post by: iwik on August 14, 2020, 08:28:14 AM
It is very sad, that radarbox does not provide x86 binary. I have found docker image of rbfeeder https://registry.hub.docker.com/r/mikenye/radarbox
That docker image is using qemu to emulate arm on x86. Interesting idea. You on qnap probably have docker, so u can try. I used steps in this docker image build script to get it working on my setup, without docker. I have put my notes on my blog http://blog.erben.sk/2020/08/14/how-to-run-radarbox24-feeder-on-x86/
Title: Re: rbfeeder for x86_64 or i386
Post by: abcd567 on August 14, 2020, 09:11:20 PM
It is very sad, that radarbox does not provide x86 binary. I have found docker image of rbfeeder https://registry.hub.docker.com/r/mikenye/radarbox
That docker image is using qemu to emulate arm on x86. Interesting idea. You on qnap probably have docker, so u can try. I used steps in this docker image build script to get it working on my setup, without docker. I have put my notes on my blog http://blog.erben.sk/2020/08/14/how-to-run-radarbox24-feeder-on-x86/

Thank you @iwik. This is great.
I was waiting for Radarbox24 to release amd64 package. Tonight or tommorrow I will try your method on Ubuntu 20 amd64 on my PC.

I have already successfully installed following on my PC running Ubuntu 20 amd64:

(1) dump1090-fa (by building deb package from source code)
(2) piaware data feeder  (by building deb package from source code)
(3) dump978-fa  (by building deb package from source code)
(4) modesmixer2 (by downloading amd64 binary from google drive using wget command)
(5) flightradar24 feeder (by downloading amd64 deb package using wget command)
(6) planefinder feeder (by downloading i386 deb package using wget command and installing required i386 dependencies)

I have posted the detailed step-by-step method for all the above noted 6 items here:

https://discussions.flightaware.com/t/howto-install-piaware-3-8-1-on-ubuntu-20-amd64-on-pc/67812


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