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sudo npm start - Does nothing on a Pi Zero
I have installed MM2 on my Pi3 and everything was working fine.
I was then lucky enough to pick up a zero, so have switched the SD cards round so the MM card is now in the zero.
When I try to start it, nothing happens. No error, no message, nothing.
Is there something I am missing? Do I need to do a fresh install on the zero?
I have tried node serveronly too from the MagicMirror directory, and I get Illegal instruction
When I enter sudo node serveronly, nothing happens again.
Any help or thoughts you may have would be appreciated.
Update: I’ve just switched the card back, and it’s working on the Pi3 with no issue
The README specifically states only Raspberry Pi 2 & 3 are supported. I don’t have a zero to test on. Not sure others have one. You’re welcome to send me a zero to develop on though. you’ll be contributing to the project.
Can’t tell if sarcasm
I’ll stick with my pi3 for now, have another project in mind for the zero
Keep checking out thepihut, they keep getting stocks of zeros in
Oh no, wasn’t meant as sarcasm at all. I have contributed hardware to projects before, and I’ve had people do the same to me as well. Basically if someone wants something running on a specific piece of hardware that I don’t have (or plan on getting), I welcome ‘project donations’ to do that for them. Most of the time people just send it and call it done, occasionally someone will ask for me to send it back.
Ah OK, if I pick up another I’ll let you know.
Shipping would be an issue from the UK though
Heh, yeah, don’t worry about it.
Looks like they’re a bit … out of stock at my usual vendors. Hrm.
@KirAsh4 just got this email from Pi Hut
Good News! We’ll be releasing two small(ish) batches of Raspberry Pi Zero today.
One has already launched (9AM BST), and by popular demand, the other will launch at 7PM BST (8th June) - for those of you at work / school
@KirAsh4 they have announced this too - https://thepihut.com/products/zeroview?mc_cid=24b13590d6&mc_eid=a32a2f3866&utm_campaign=24b13590d6-The_Pi_Hut_Newsletter_Zero&utm_medium=email&utm_source=The Pi Hut - Newsletter&utm_term=0_a4028431b8-24b13590d6-77556261
Could work well with the two way glass and a camera