MMPM 2.01 Now Available on PyPI!
MMPM version 2.01 can now be downloaded through PyPI!
Thanks for your work!
Do I start the upgrade process from mmpm’s CLI if I have 1.x installed or do i need to uninstall and reinstall?
Uninstalled MMPM 1 and installed MMPM 2. Problem:
mmpm install --gui # to install the GUI (needs sudo permissions)
When I execute this without sudo, I get a bad Gateway error by nginx when I try to call the URI.
Wenn I do “sudo mmpm install --gui” it tells me “mmpm not found”, as well as when I try “sudo su” and then execute the command. How do I fix this?
Installation fails with
sudo mmpm install --gui
with error mmpm is not installed.
Clear browser cache
@swvalenti What browser cache? This is in Terminal.
@sonicgoose I was referrring to @requiemmg as I got a bad Gateway error by nginx when I called the url. I cleared the cache and it resolved. Also @requiemmg there is probably a clash with MMPM 1 so do the following then install again.
pip3 uninstall mmpm rm ~/.local/bin/mmpm pip3 install —reinstall —no-cache-dir —local mmpm
The installation process can be found here: https://github.com/Bee-Mar/mmpm/wiki/MMPM-Installation
Then, you should configure the environment variables: https://github.com/Bee-Mar/mmpm/wiki/MMPM-Environment-Variables
And for configuring the hide/show feature: https://github.com/Bee-Mar/mmpm/wiki/Status,-Hide,-Show-MagicMirror-Modules
Review other sections of the Wiki as well.
You don’t need to clone the repo at all to install MMPM 2.01. You can run the command below, and your current installation will be upgraded.
$ pip3 install --upgrade --no-cache-dir mmpm
For a full installation of MMPM 2.01:
$ pip3 install --upgrade --no-cache-dir mmpm $ mmpm install --gui $ mmpm install --as-module $ mmpm install --autocomplete
Do not used
sudoin front of any of the above commands. MMPM will use
sudointernally when installing the GUI.
Do you plan code exception for MM modules or npm module ?
exemple in my case (and maybe for others):
- I use google
grpclibrary and with RPI lastest version don’t work with RPI (developer don’t want to fix it)
So i fix it by using only the working package and can’t be upgraded automaticaly
- You can have some electron braking library (module not found) because it’s not rebuilded
That’s why option or exception will be needed
- I use google
Now I have a strange problem:
MMPM 2.01 worked for me for a few days.
Yesterday, on one of my 2 mirrors (they are both exactly the same hardware, config and setup, in fact I have set up one and cloned its drive to the others SD card) i got a Nginx 502 Bad gateway error when I tried to open up the MMPM GUI.
I did a full uninstall of MMPM and reinstalled. Worked as intended.
This morning the error again (the Pi does a scheduled reboot in the night).
Browser cache is cleared.
Mirror 1 - works perfectly
Mirror 2 - works after reinstallation until i make a reboot.
Installed with --force-reinstall, --no-cache-dir and --upgrade
Anyone having an idea?