This assumes you have a mouse and keyboard or can putty (ssh) into the Pi once image is burned and everything is plugged in. TO USE SSH OR PUTTY REMOTELY Secure shell is not enabled on raspbian by default, to enable place a blank file called ssh.txt or ssh on sd card in same location as piaware-config.txt, on windows it just shows up as the sd card. It's best to use piaware-config.txt to configure your WiFi. This tutorial does not use a config file for ASDBx but instead uses the bash script setup installer. You will specify latitude, longitude, altitude, and the port number for ASDBx. Later you can change these by rerunning the setup.sh script. Download 3.6.3 from FlightAware website. http://piaware.flightcdn.com/piaware-sd-card-3.6.3.img.zip Write it to SD using etcher.io or your preferred img writer. Edit the piaware-config.txt like instructed by FlightAware setup. Put SD card in, plug in USB sdr and antenna. If using screen and keyboard - plug those in. Power the Pi feeder. FlightAware default login is: pi flightaware Then login using one of the below: ssh screen/keyboard windows users use putty (https://www.putty.org/) if using mouse and keyboard ALT+F2 gets you to console login Run the following commands Code: sudo apt update sudo apt upgrade then install git and run the setup script Code: sudo apt-get install git git clone https://github.com/adsbxchange/adsb-exchange.git cd adsb-exchange chmod +x setup.sh sudo ./setup.sh The setup will prompt you for latitude, longitude, altitude, a unique name for feeder, and an optional custom port. Most feeders will use anonymous 30005 port. After setup completes, reboot the Pi. Code: sudo reboot The following scripts should have been started on boot from rc.local. adsbexchange-netcat_maint.sh adsbexchange-mlat_maint.sh You can check with htop. Code: sudo apt install htop htop hit F5 Use arrow keys to scroll and move around. Success! Beware Flight Aware has overridden Raspbian software repositories in 3.6.3, so they now control what software you can install and what is available version wise.