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Hello-Lucy installation troubles
@SSkull995 just to be sure, I ran the program again, the installer. This time with the ./dependencies. Errors+no dependencies directory found
@SSkull995 did u look in the folder?
The only file in the module/installers folder
we may have to start over, as I have no idea what ‘installer’ u have been running or how
cd ~/MagicMirror/modules rm -rf MMM-Hello-Lucy Then git clone Mykles repo cd MMM-Hello-Lucy cd installers ./dependencies.sh cd .. npm install
@SSkull995 but it is not in the path, do you have to use ./ to select it
From the readme
Please complete all 3
Open a terminal.
git clone https://github.com/mykle1/Hello-Lucyinto the ~/MagicMirror/modules directory
SSkull995 last edited by SSkull995
I can see I did not really explained myself, and I am sorry for that. I did the three passages of yours in the readme, and after reinstalling everything now it does not show me any error during installation! Yes!
BUT, now I run MagicMirror with the module installed and put in the config.js, and this message comes up:
No helper found for module: alert.
[15:12:13.980] [ERROR] WARNING! Could not validate config file. Starting with default configuration. Please correct syntax errors at or above this line: SyntaxError: Unexpected token ] in JSON at position 6643
This occurs only when I put the module in config.js, but I don’t know where the error is, what is the JSON file?
Many thanks and sorry!
This occurs only when I put the module in config.js, but I don’t know where the error is
I see. I just did an install on a new machine and encountered the same error. I’m looking into it. Even my working Lucy installation is suffering the same error. Weird.
First, forgive me. This entire issue was my fault.
I recently added some defaults to the checkCommands.json file and left a trailing comma at the end of the file. I’ve corrected the problem, tested it and pushed the corrected file to the repo. To clear the
SyntaxError: Unexpected token ] in JSON at position 6643error, following this instruction.
git pullin the Hello-Lucy directory.
Please advise on the result.
@Mykle1 Perfect! I will do it right now, let me just boot my raspi. Many thanks and sorry once more, I was into solving this problem, but I could not figure out where the json was ahah!