calendar *.ics file from local path



  • Hi,
    Is it possible to use in config.js file a calendar from e.g. /home/…/birthdays.ics or something alike?
    I tried various things, but nothing worked yet.

    Any sugestions?



  • Officially it’s not supported. There might be a workaround, but I can’t help you with that.

    Of course you can always just put the local file behind a simple webserver to feed it using an URL.



  • How should that look like?

    I tried it with my webserver on qnap nas. I copied the ics files into the web root folder and tried to access them as following

    https://serverip:8081/birthdays.ics

    but that didn’t work either.
    I couldn’t find a solution to access my owncloud calendars directly, so I have to extract them to a ics file and try to host them as that.



  • That should just work. Maybe there is an other issue with your calendar file or network.



  • Well, I can access them with firefox and it shows me to open or download them.
    But it won’t work with mm2.



  • @co8
    Yes, I got it working after a bit of experimenting. It wouldn’t read the ics file from other places like /MagicMirror which I assumed to be the root of the webserver.

    I created a new directory in /MagicMirror/modules, named birthdays, and placed by birthdays.ics file in there.

    Then in my config I added a 2nd calendar:

    				{
    					symbol: 'birthday-cake',
    					url: 'webcal://localhost:8080/modules/birthdays/birthdays.ics'
    				}


  • Thank you shockwave.

    This works like a charm.



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