I had a very specific use case where I wanted to use Debian (LXDE) with an old laptop to run Magic Mirror.
I am by no means a linux expert! But I did some tinkering and couldnt get the install script working. The following steps might help you getting MM running on a Debian 10 machine. I used the debian-live-10.0.0-amd64-lxde.iso to install Debian.
Once installed, log in to the system with the user you created during setup.
Open a terminal window, and run the following:
Enter the root password when prompted and then run the following:
apt-get install openssh-server
Once complete I found it easier to go back to my main machine and use putty.
Open a Putty connection to your machine, login with the user you created during setup
Once at the terminal, type the following:
Enter the root password when prompted and then run the following:
apt-get --assume-yes install curl wget git build-essential unzip gcc g++ make
curl -sL https://deb.nodesource.com/setup_10.x | sudo -E bash -
apt-get install -y nodejs
apt-get install -y npm
curl -sL https://dl.yarnpkg.com/debian/pubkey.gpg | sudo apt-key add -
echo "deb https://dl.yarnpkg.com/debian/ stable main" | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/yarn.list
apt-get install yarn
This should return you to the mm user you have setup, at the command line type the following:
git clone --depth=1 https://github.com/MichMich/MagicMirror.git
cp config/config.js.sample config/config.js
npm audit fix
Close out the session and then go back to the machine and run a terminal prompt and type the following to start mm!
YMMV but hope this helps others out there trying to get this to work too.
from now on mirror orders in different geometrical forms are possible
I have created a new thread for this so that this information in the existing thread for the orders will not be overlooked. The conditions can be found in the picture below. You will continue to receive all existing edges including geometric shapes polished, if you want.
The orders themselves continue to run on the thread: https://forum.magicmirror.builders/topic/4816/two-way-community-order-for-europe-open-until-19-november-2017/21
If you are interested, please deposit a note in “additional comments” and send me a drawing of your desire
So, it’s 2019 and displays have come a long way and I’ve been looking at a lot of posts lately about monitors used.
My hope is to create a MM of my own and I prefer about 24 or so for display (without my wallet being empty afterwards).
What do I need to look for? IPS, VA?
If you have any specific suggestions for a somewhat budget monitor that will do the job I’d be a happy man
Today, let us know what is the viewing angle of the full-color led display?
First, the Stage background LED Display angle definition
The full-color led display viewing angle refers to the angle at which the user can clearly observe all the content on the screen from different directions. The viewing angle can also be understood as the ability to see the maximum or minimum angle of the screen. And the viewing angle is a reference value, and the LED full color display viewing angle includes two indicators of horizontal and vertical.
For example, the Programmable Led Message Board usually has the following description in the technical parameters (visual angle: 140°/140°); the maximum viewing angle is 140°, and the horizontal and vertical maximum viewing angles are 140°, over 140 degrees. After that, the viewing is not good or there is a blind spot.
The horizontal viewing angle indicates that the vertical normal line of the full-color LED display (ie, the vertical imaginary line in the middle of the LED display) is normal, and can still be seen normally at a position perpendicular to the left or right of the normal. Display image, this angle range is the horizontal viewing angle of the LED full color display; also if the horizontal normal is taken, the upper and lower viewing angle is called the vertical viewing angle. In general, the viewing angle is based on contrast changes. When the viewing angle is increased, the contrast of the displayed image seen at the position will decrease, and when the angle is increased to a certain extent, the contrast is reduced to 10:1, which is the maximum viewing angle of the full-color LED display.
Second, the full-color LED display screen viewing angle factors
The larger the China LED Screen Suppliers can be seen by the audience, the better the viewing angle is. However, the size of the viewing angle is mainly determined by the way the die is packaged, so it must be carefully considered when packaging the die.
In addition, the viewing angle has a great relationship with the viewing angle and distance. However, most LED display manufacturers are unified at present. If you customize the angle according to the situation on the spot, the cost will be high. In addition, the same chip, the greater the angle, the lower the brightness of the Advertising LED Display Screen.
Even on DDR4, memory trace design has an effect on performance, so is it even practical to make a socketed DDR5 RAM system?
Again on DDR4, having quad channel has no significant performance impact compared to dual channel. If you want to overclock memory performance you have to drop those timings, merely increasing frequency again doesn’t make that much of a difference.
I only recently upgraded to x299, and it came with some half decent RAM, which is definitely good enough, I mean even my old X79 system was good enough for gaming purposes. However I decided to get myself some B-die because I thought DDR4 might still stick around for a couple of years and I might be able to keep the good RAM even after my next upgrade.
So yea, when, if ever do you think there will be DDR5 for the CPU?
The title says it all, I can’t decide on which one to go for.
My question is: Is there other differences besides having a different cooler and design?
I hear a lot about PCB Reference, binned and things along those lines but I know close to nothing about the specs of a graphics card. I just look at the raw performance of a GPU. I know for a fact that there are some ‘lower-tier’ variants of the GPUs that won’t overclock that much and I was wondering if that’s the case with the INNO3D RTX 2080S Twin X2 OC.
There are close to non-existent reviews about this graphics card for some reason.
Interesting topic about “27” Monitor Recommendations, it gives you a sharp and clear HD picture quality but it is too old. There are so many options provided by an e-commerce website rather than 27" monitor.
Hi…unless the PSUs are designed to tolerate it, a voltage mismatch (even within the +/- 0.25V tolerance) could destroy one or both PSUs.
Just get a decent PSU with adequate output, like the “official” 2.5A, or bigger if required for power-hungry peripherals .
ust wondering if anyone out there is using an IR Touch Frame?
How do you have it calibrated if you have the screen rotated?
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I have a Pi 3 in a plastic housing and with a fan, running at 46,5 degrees celsius
And I have one in an all aluminum housing without a fan, running at 38,5 degrees celsius.
It can be the location that makes a difference, but I would say the housing makes the biggest difference.
Very pleased with the all aluminum.
@mishkalidas You are also using a Raspberry Pi Zero W, last time I checked it wasn’t compatible with MagicMirror out of the box.
Here is a quote from the MagicMirror Readme.md
Electron, the app wrapper around MagicMirror², only supports the Raspberry Pi 2/3. The Raspberry Pi 0/1 is currently not supported. If you want to run this on a Raspberry Pi 1, use the server only feature and setup a fullscreen browser yourself. (Yes, people have managed to run MM² also on a Pi0, so if you insist, search in the forums.)
The sudo thing is also a good idea, but I just want to raise this issue to prevent you from getting frustrated by it not working:)