If your FitBit application requires running on port 8080, you will run into exactly the problem you have because MagicMirror also runs on that same port. You will have to change one of them. MagicMirror is easy to change, it’s in the config.js file. Change the port setting to something else, like 8081 …or 8585 … or 8123 … doesn’t matter, as long as it’s above 8000, and not 8080 since the Fitbit runs on that port.
Is it possible to change the sort order of items in the wunderlist module?
From my tests, it seems the order displayed is from first recorded to most recent. I’d like to have it display the most recently added item at the top. Reason being is I’m trying to do a FreePBX-MM integration. And since I don’t have the knowledge/time to code a proper module, but with wunderlist in the middle it works perfectly. Except that the newest callers are at the bottom of the list…and are not being displayed (only old calls). If this works, I will definietely share more details for everyone else
i have a problem with my magic mirror implementation.
If I use a fresh download of MM2 and activate in the config file the newsfeed or the calendar, I got an error on the console:
ReferenceError: io is not defined
Hello. I am a complete n00b to programming and need help making sense of these instructions for a magic mirror module. I used (https://forum.magicmirror.builders/topic/236/complete-setup-tutorial/2) to set up the magic mirror running on a raspberry pi 3. I got all of that working but I cannot figure out how to get this (https://github.com/SVendittelli/MMM-fitbit/) module to work. I am having probelms figuring out how to get the dependencies working. They error out by saying they have no such directory. Could someone please help me figure this out or explain the steps in more detailed so a brand new person in the world of code could understand. Any help is greatly appreciated.
I am having trouble installing the fiitbit module linked below. How do I install the dependencies? I am new to coding. Do I have to move the MMM-fitbit folder into the modules folder? The instructions are as follows.
python-shell — npm install python-shell
python-fitbit — sudo pip install -r python/fitbit/requirements.txt
An extreme measure here would be to try this:
xscreensaver can be used right off the menu… you can set/turn on/turn off functions.
I finally got it running. It turned out that the sync.- problem is well known since May 2016.
stopped the ntpd with :
sudo systemctl stop ntp
rather than running ntpdate, ran ntpdate-debian:
sudo systemctl start ntp
sudo ntpq -p
Now I´m happy!!
Hello. I cannot figure out how to stop the screen from going black after a few minutes. I followed these instructions and it is still doing it.
Let’s disable the screen saver and screen blanking as well. This needs to be done in two places. First in the autostart configuration:
sudo nano /etc/xdg/lxsession/LXDE-pi/autostart
And add the following to the bottom of the file:
@xset s noblank
@xset s off
Next in the X-windows manager configuration:
sudo nano /etc/lightdm/lightdm.conf
Scroll down to the [SeatDefaults] section and look for the xserver-command line below that. Change the line to look like this:
xserver-command=X -s 0 -dpms (so you’re removing the # on the front, and adding the missing bits at the end.) Again, hit CTRL-X and say Y(es) to saving the file.
A Raspberry Pi is configured to automatically shutdown parts of the hardware that aren’t actively in use. This includes the WiFi driver. This will cause MagicMiror² to occasionally fail to fetch updates for things like the newsfeed, weather, and others. You can disable the power saving feature for the WiFi from the interfaces configuration file:
sudo nano /etc/network/interfaces
Find the wlan0 section and add wireless-power off below it:"
I am trying to add my appid to get the weather app running, but I can’t figure out how to configure it. What commands do I need to use to get the appid in the code and set up my location? This is my first adventure in the world of coding and am completely lost. Any help is appreciated.
I have my mirror set up to display both analog and digital clocks. The program scales accurately only up to “380px”. Any value higher than 380 though is just repeating the image instead of scaling larger. Any one else have this problem or an idea on a fix? I wanted it to be 600px. The Hour, minute, and second hand continue to increase to the proper size, but my clock face wont go larger than 380 without causing a tile effect
@shavesophere said in npm start dev:
@KirAsh4 sorry - i stand corrected! but that being said when i first started getting npm ERRS i tried this and it still did not work… anyway, moving forward now!
Well yeah, that’s different. If npm is giving you errors, no matter how you attempt to start it, the errors won’t magically go away. That’s like saying, the car won’t start if I’m sitting on the left side, maybe if I sit on the right side it might, but in reality there’s no gas in it. Switching seats isn’t going to fill the gas tank.
The Magic Mirror successfully comes up but I can’t seem to get the weather to load.
using “npm start dev” to load it I get the following:
“->currentweather: Could not load weather. logger.js:23”
“XMLHttpRequest cannot load”
“No ‘Access-Control-Allow-Origin’ header is present on the requested resource. Origin ‘http://localhost:8080’ is therefore not allowed access”
it’s driving me nuts