we have seen and verified that electron 8.5 and above are not working on raspian Jessie
but Jessie is pretty old…
u will see an error on npm start (after a version upgrade)
/lib/arm-linux-gnueabihf/libdbus-1.so.3: no version information available (required by /home/pi/MagicMirror__RL1/node_modules/electron/dist/electron)
strongly recommended to rebuild a new sd card with raspian Buster
At first, the new weather module is just “loading” without displaying content. Even after 30+ minutes. Is there something wrong with the config? I saw that there is a minor issue with the data request which will cause it to load for ~10min (or to reduce the update interval).
// See 'Configuration options' for more information.
I checked this again with switching back to the old module and the old module works. The forcasting takes 10min (as expected) but the module itself works. I thought this might be something with the connection to the API. Any ideas?
Have you tried to contact your internet provider? You may need to make some configuration adjustments manually. I am from Spain, Benidorm webcam. And this is how I solved a similar issue. They guided me in real-time through all the necessary steps. Now all works properly, but I would not have done it on my own. Please tell us later how you managed to sort everything out.