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MMM-Sonos - To show what your SONOS is playing.



  • Looks like I am missing settings.json under /home/pi/node-sonos-http-api. I went to magicmirrors IP address:5005/zones and saw the output from my sonos one time , but then on reboot I can no longer get the output to show up by visiting the above specified URL . I think it may be a result of this missing settings.json file.


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  • @cohron OK , Im getting somewhere. When I visit http://192.168.1.5:5005/zones after installing sonos-http-api and then doing npm install --production and then npm start. I do see a webpage of output information from my sonos device.

    However, when I run my sonos.sh file after creating it like this

    create another pm2 script named sonos.sh in ~ directory
    cd ~
    sonos.sh file contents:
    cd ~/node-sonos-http-api
    DISPLAY=:0 npm start

    pm2 start sonos.sh
    pm2 start mm
    pm2 save

    It does start sonos as noted here

    │ id │ name │ mode │ ↺ │ status │ cpu │ memory │
    ├────┼────────────────────┼──────────┼──────┼──────────┼──────────┼──────────┤
    │ 0 │ MagicMirror │ fork │ 2 │ stopped │ 0% │ 0b │
    │ 1 │ sonos │ fork │ 212 │ online │ 0% │ 2.4mb │

    Then if I visit the same address (http://192.168.1.5:5005/zones) to see if there is still output . There is not!

    I realize that the Magic Mirror is not started as I stopped it as I just wanted to see if there was still output on http://192.168.1.5:5005/zones

    Sonos is playing when I visit http://192.168.1.5:5005/zones so there should be data being output.



  • I finally solved this. Turned out I left out the tilde (~) in front of the /node-sonos-http-api within the sonos.sh file. So in essence the directory was never switched to execute the npm start command. So even though my PM2 status of running processes showed Sonos as a running process it was not providing the output data so that the module could display it



  • Any way to remove the Source: specifier?

    I tried
    showSource:False,
    within the config.js to no avail.



  • I added the code to my custom.css file that was entered within one of the first posts and expected it to provide a new layout and look , but nothing changed?

    Its as if the entries in the custom.css are not being recognized.

    Do I need to add .MMM-Sonos right above the entires?

    Update: Tried that and still no effect.



  • Hi @Snille,
    i tried to achieve to display the different zones side by side. Unfortunately I didn’t find a correct box to float. Could you give me a hint ?

    Happy new Year in advance from Berlin


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