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
As with most things in life it will take two things to get you in trouble. In this instance I experienced The Part 5 errors noted here. I spent a couple of day researching NPM before doing as indicated in the install error messages ( Change Production Value ). That change produced other warnings and I attempted to test but failed. In the end the install and Hello-Lucy worked as advertised. The second problem was a mini microphone.
Ok, I realise it’s been a while but, for the sake of other who might hit this problem (or one like it), us Nextcloud users are generally using it because we’re security-conscious and like to keep our data private.
If you’re like me, you might have enabled 2FA which means if you enter your ‘usual’ password in your config file, you can’t then enter your second authentication method.
If this is the case, you’ll need to create a ‘one-time’ password in Nextcloud and use this instead of your ‘normal’ password. Get one by going to Nextcloud settings, Security and scroll to bottom. Hit ‘Create new app password’ and copy to the URL in the config.
Jeg opgav den, da jeg prøvede mange forskellige ting, det er meget få videoer den kan vise, og syntes den har svært ved at høre 100% hvad man siger, så pluslig kom den med madopskrifter. osv.