There are two ways to check that.

 

1. Using the local web interface which you can access using your browser on 


http://IP-of-Pi:8754

Make sure to replace IP-of-Pi in the above URL with the actual IP address of your raspberry pi. If you have the correct IP address, you should see something like this



Your SETTINGS should look like this if you are only sharing data with FR24.



2. By SSH:ing into the Pi


(See how to SSH into a Pi if you don't know how to do that)

 

If you are using PI24 image and only have FR24 data sharing software installed, your configuration file which is located at /etc/fr24feed.ini should look like this


receiver="dvbt"

fr24key="Sharing Key"

bs="no"

raw="no"

logmode="1"

procargs="--gain -10"

windowmode="0"

mpx="no"

mlat="yes"

mlat-without-gps="yes"


CHANGE MLAT and MLAT-WITHOUT-GPS BOTH TO "NO" IF YOU ARE SHARING DATA WITH OTHER SITES. IF YOU DON'T, YOUR FEED MIGHT GET BLOCKED.

In order to access this file, you need to SSH into your Pi first. See how to SSH into a Pi if you don't know how to do that. Once you are in, use the following commands to open, edit and save any changes you need to make.


1. Open the config file

sudo nano /etc/fr24feed.ini


2. Make the required changes and save them.

ctrl+o and then press Y when prompted(save the changes)

ctrl+x (exit edit mode)


3. Restart FR24FEED software

sudo systemctl restart fr24feed