Thanks for the reply. The PIR has two rheostats labeled Sx and Tx, so which is which. I’m tempted to dispense with the PIR altogether and just use the monitor on/off switch to activate the display. But, I’ll mess with the PIR when I get a chance and see if I can get anywhere. Using Board numbering, the PIR has its VCC pin wired to pin 4, its ground pin wired to Pin 6 and its signal pin wired to Pin 7. I set the pin number in my config.js file to 4 (Board pin 7 is GPIO pin 4). Would there be any problem with this wiring?
I think the issue is that the command you need to run isn’t “sudo pm2 startup”.
If you run “pm2 startup”, the real command you’ll need to run appear
pi@raspberrypi:~ $ pm2 startup
[PM2] Init System found: systemd
[PM2] You have to run this command as root. Execute the following command:
sudo env PATH=$PATH:/usr/bin /usr/lib/node_modules/pm2/bin/pm2 startup systemd -u pi --hp /home/pi
Ok, turned out It was a silly mistake, I forget to change the region in the MirrorMirror.js.
I don’t have that exception anymore.
However, even though the module launch without crash, nothing is happening. I say to my mic “Alexa on the wall” but nothing is happening. (The log doesn’t say anything). Any idea why ?
Guess what: You were right!
I changed from two rss-feed to only one and also took a site, which provides an URL which ends with .xml
And see: No error since 7 days… The newsfeed is updating frequently and no errors ocurring…
It seems, like there are sites which are not that available as i thought and they drop calls from time to time. But the mirror does not like those…
Perfect! You gave me the right hint! Thanks a lot @poutr!
@Chrispl2000 said in MMM-Wunderground:
The extra comma didn’t change anything. I thought you only used a comma when there is another item behind it?
You are absolutely right. That comma is NOT necessary in this case. However, it works with or without. I just removed mine and it still works
Hi I’m getting a loading screen as well. I have only one email address associated with my Nest account and I’ve tried creating a new development account and using the nest simulator. In my chrome log I receive error net::ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE. If I type the GET address I receive the same error This page isn’t working
developer-api.nest.com didn’t send any data.
I’ve seen that pull request #789 introduces a new option to ignore old items in the news feed module.
is there any particular reason why this is a global property of the newsfeed module instead of being a property of each single feed?
or are there any workarounds how one could achieve such thing (i.e. having distinct time limits for every RSS-feed)?
For example, I’ve mixed actual news from New York Times and special offers of my local supermarket published via RSS-feed in the module. These offers are updated roughly every week. There is no point in seeing 7 days old news but on the other hand, limiting the module to ignoreOlderThan: 1 day prevents me to see the special offers of the supermarket longer than 1 day…
My default calendar module imports facebook birthdays and a few days ago it just stopped working without me changing anything. It just says “no entries”. After that I changed the url so that it would show upcoming events instead of birthdays. This still works, events are shown. But birthdays still don´t.
Does anybody else have this problem? What can I do to fix this?