@cstein6486 said in Syncing Multiple Calendars:
Lastly, I don’t understand the significance of “symbol” for the calendars.
The symbol will be added to the beginning of every event for that configured calendar. For example, I have a calendar of movie release dates merged in with my social calendar. I keep the “calendar-check-o” for the social calendar, but I use “video-camera” for the movie release calendar.
The end result is that every entry that is a movie release shows a video camera icon and my social calendar shows a calendar with a check icon.
@aidandon I commented on the other post; not sure if you have solved already. Did you install using my github repo? If so, the problem is that my pm2_MagicMirror.json file is looking for a file called startMagicMirror.sh and not mmstart.sh, so it won’t know to run your mmstart.sh file.
Edit: if you have this working now, can you mark the post as solved.
@mwel1977 I use VNC on my Pi to connect to it then terminal and just install those like you would any module then edit the config file, then just log into the html page which would be the address of your device xxxxxx:8080/remote.html
and that’s the rest of the magic is done on that webpage
@afedriansyah I’ve read that there might be some issues with the automatic installer in the Pi. If you do a re-install and it doesn’t work, try a manual install. All the instructions are on the GitHub page. ️
@fonfon said in Network stream with vlc:
is it possible to open a network stream in a windows with vlc ?
If you are still interested, I am working on an update to my MMM-RTSPStream module to do this:
@idoodler no just git pull, I had to change the config file in calendar ie where to pull my calendar file from that was the only thing that changed, but the pull wouldn’t happen so I had to rename the folder in order for the pull to happen so that could have been the issue, but it created a new folder so not sure what went on.
I was struggling with a crash. I logged the mem usage with SAR
sudo apt-get install sysstat
View Info Here
Then I output to a log every few minutes so if it did crash I could go back through.
sar -r 1 > somefile.log
The exact issue I was having was with an iFrame Module iFrame-Ping:
I run a YouTube Playlist - that will eventually bring up the module by voice command.
//iFrame Module - Contains Fox News Playlist on YouTube - Autoplay - Modest Branding (no logo) - iv Load Policy = 3 (no annotations) - Controls = 0 (no controls shown)
The iFrame video was crashing the PI so I decided to increase the swapfile size. Before I increased the size my PI would make it about 2-4 hours. Now I can literally run it for days without an issue.
sudo nano /etc/dphys-swapfile
Stop/Start the Service
sudo /etc/init.d/dphys-swapfile stop
sudo /etc/init.d/dphys-swapfile start
You can log with SAR or just do
Some people set the swapfile to 0, but others warn against it. If you want to
Sorry for the “New Year Delay”.
I use docker for all my stuff.
But besides that, I mainly used this tutorial:
It’s about home-assistant, but the principle works for everything
Thank you a lot.
That was my fear
@maykesplana said in Installing MagicMirror2 on Ubuntu Mate 16.04 issue with electron:
I have a device with Atom CPU in it and will try to install the 32Bit Ubuntu next time as it was unsuccessful try last night.
If that Atom CPU is 64bit then use the 64bit version of ubuntu. However, the 32bit version of ubuntu works quite well with MM. Have a look here. There’s a video link under the last picture. You can watch how well it works.