These steps have been tested on:
ChirpStack provides pre-compiled binaries packaged as Debian (.deb) packages. In order to activate this repository, execute the following commands:
sudo apt-key adv --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv-keys 1CE2AFD36DBCCA00 sudo echo "deb https://artifacts.chirpstack.io/packages/3.x/deb stable main" | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/chirpstack.list sudo apt-get update
In order to install ChirpStack Geolocation Server, execute the following command:
sudo apt-get install chirpstack-geolocation-server
After installation, modify the configuration file which is located at
Settings you probably want to set / change:
How you need to (re)start and stop ChirpStack Geolocation Server depends on if your distribution uses init.d or systemd.
sudo /etc/init.d/chirpstack-geolocation-server [start|stop|restart|status]
sudo systemctl [start|stop|restart|status] chirpstack-geolocation-server
Now you’ve setup ChirpStack Geolocation Server, it is a good time to verify that it is actually up-and-running. This can be done by looking at the ChirpStack Geolocation Server log output.
Like the previous step, which command you need to use for viewing the log output depends on if your distribution uses init.d or systemd.
All logs are written to
To view and follow this logfile:
tail -f /var/log/chirpstack-geolocation-server/chirpstack-geolocation-server.log
journalctl -u chirpstack-geolocation-server -f -n 50