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I'm new to the forum, so first off, HI!

Obviously, the latest toy for the Hak5 world is SDR... to be more specific, ADS-B!!

It's definately fun, I think everyone would agree. After seeing Darren fire up the LiveCD to show us python code, I went ahead and did the same. All of the command line stuff is the same, but the stupid icons on the desktop are killing me :) I can get everything else to work, except what should be obvious. The four that show up on the desktop are 'GNU Radio Companion', 'GQRX', 'Mode-S Aircraft Monitor', and 'UHD Spectrum Analyzer.'

There aren't many tutorials out there other than the ./dump1090 (which isn't included) so here's my question...

Nothing happens when I press 'Start' within the Mode-S Aircraft Monitor (desktop) program. Does anyone know how to use 'Mode-S Aircraft Monitor' on the GNU Radio Live CD?

Thanks everyone!

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So, just FYI, the solution to said topic was a permissions issue. USB permissions were not set correctly when the DVD image was made. type 'sudo bash' to become root and then try to run the 'modes_gui' which is the command for the desktop shortcut. This will allow the system to recognize the dongle and you're good to go. Hope this helps someone.

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Wouldn't it be simpler to just log on to X as root?

Sure, you could do more damage, but it's a live cd and I assume you have some clue as to what you're doing.

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