ich habe das Projekt bei mir einmal ausprobiert, da ich es sehr spannend finde.
Im Prinzip funktioniert es auch, aber der Raspi W hängt sich sehr schnell auf.
Chromium startet viele Instanzen und dadurch hängt sich der PI auf. Meistens funktioniert somit nur ein Durchlauf je Neustart.
Hat jemand eine Idee woran dies liegen kann? Die MagicMirror Installation liegt schon auf einem anderen Pi (bzw. es wird nur eine Website von einem Rapsi 4 mit iobroker VIS aufgerufen), aber das solle ja nicht das Problem darstellen.
Hello, we have a Mercedes B250E and would like to have the connection with the Mercedes.me
I saw that you were working on it. Did it finally work at the end?
Can you help us out whit this?
Dankjewel Thanks frome Holland
I have a magicmirror with a LM230WF5 (TL)(A1) panel, to control this i have installed a M.NT68676.2 LCD module with SQD-632 inverter module. which i have bought as pair.
when i want to adjust the brightness the strength of the led doesn’t change, the image seems to get whiter.
to explain it better i have included some pictures.
does anyone know what is causing this problem?
it’s working now after start a server with a specific display like
vncserver :11 -geometry 1024x768 -SecurityTypes None
i have running scripts in background and magicmirror in front
no sure it’s the good way because i’m new but i like this
@sdetweil said in Magic Mirror on my BPI M3 resume examples:
@marczy236 looks like it will run Ubuntu 16.04
And then use the installer script
That is very helpful! thank you
I have just finished (some final touchup still remains) my first 32" mirror (more in showcase section) and it looks good to have the back panel. I will post photo of back and front panel here once I get some time.
Should have mentioned that not all Vcc or GND pins are always populated. It’s just important that in the position of Vcc or GND there is no white or blue cable and vice versa.
Have a look here. The second pic in the description looks like it fits your LCD. The Vcc is where it should be, but only 3 instead of 5 pins are used. Same with the GND. Just not all GND pins are used (7. 10. 13, and 19 are not used, the rest is where they should be).
You can also the correct cable yourself. Just change the pin order the way you need. (Don’t forget to do that on both ends of the cable).
I bought some cheap speakers from Walmart took them out of there plastic housing and installed them in my mirror. Once I got everything hooked up and installed I am getting an electrical audio feedback from them constantly. Any suggestions to reduce the feedback? The speakers connect to my monitor thru USB for power and 3.5mm for the actual sound. It’s pretty tight mirror setup which probably isn’t the best as the speakers/wiring is pretty close to power connections. Could connecting them to my raspberry pi instead of the monitor possibly help reduce the feed back?
Any suggestions of where to start would be much appreciated.
Hi everyone, I don’t know if this is the right place, or even the right website to ask this, but I saw other people asking similar questions about LVDS , so why not give it a shot.
Recently, I purchased a “BOE DV332X2M-NV0” square LCD panel for a large MAME cabinet that I am building. The problem I am having is that the LCD panel came with no cables, and the seller is non-responsive to my messages about buying a controller board and power supply specific to this LCD panel. And I cannot find anything online about this LCD panel or anyone else that has bought this specific LCD panel. Here is a link to the exact panel I bought:
I have looked into these “universal LVDS board kits” but all of the sellers say that my panel is not supported and will not help either. So I am hoping that someone here is able to help me out, or at least steer me in the right direction of what to buy. From what I have read from the specs (posted below) it takes a 5V input voltage and has a 92pin connector. I should also mention that the only thing I am trying to do is convert the LVDS over to HDMI or VGA so I can pretty much use it as a computer monitor. Any help with this is greatly appreciated, thank you!
Back then I ordered an android TV box from China but it never arrived so I abandoned the idea. I also need a PIR in combination with a relay.
However, I am pretty sure you can run ARMbian from SD card on those boxes. There are plenty of websites and Youtube videos out there. I am confident it works but who knows. I’ll gladly test it once I get my hands on a cheap box.