Sync private iCloud calendar with MagicMirror
@sdetweil You refer to this, right?
# ┌───────────── minute (0 - 59) # │ ┌───────────── hour (0 - 23) # │ │ ┌───────────── day of the month (1 - 31) # │ │ │ ┌───────────── month (1 - 12) # │ │ │ │ ┌───────────── day of the week (0 - 6) (Sunday to Saturday; # │ │ │ │ │ 7 is also Sunday on some systems) # │ │ │ │ │ # │ │ │ │ │ # * * * * * */5 * * * *
@Tribun The command for the pm2 log is just “pm2 logs” isn’t it? If yes there seems to be everything fine except for a “EADDRINUSE” Error…
EDIT: I just figured out, that I was missing a command after the Timings… I added that and now it seems to work just fine! Thank you very much guys
(/home/pi/.vdirsyncer/status)is a hidden folder in
you can also find the pm2 log in
/home/pi/.pm2/logsthis is also hidden.
Beh last edited by
I have another hint related to the systemd timer that was originally described in my tutorial.
It is advised to download the
vdirsyncer.timerdirectly from the web.
You need to adjust the path to the executable in the
It defaults to
ExecStart=/usr/bin/vdirsyncer sync, which can be wrong.
But probably it is in
~/.local/bin. (Can be different depending on your installation. Just check location with
This should make the initially described automatic sync work again.
Beh last edited by
@Jaunney I don’t see that this has ben answered yet.
collections = [“UUID1”, “UUID2”, “UUID3”]is what I use in my config and it works.
Of course, you need to add a new calender to your calender module to make them visible on the mirror. You need one for every UUID. If you look into your target sync folder on the Pi, there should be 3
.icsfiles for each UUID. Those are, in fact, 3 separate calendars
im new to this but trying my best.
The Sync with calendar works fine, but the sync to the reminders won’t work.
I added the “VTODO” but there are do VTODO in the *.ics File.
Does i have to do anything else and how the calendar shown the Reminders?
Sorry again, im very new and this is my very first project.
Ok … Trying to sync my iCal calendars and I get this every time:
error: Unknown error occurred: name 'r130' is not defined error: Use `-vdebug` to see the full traceback. error: 1 out of 1 tasks failed.
Assassins last edited by Assassins
@Beh thanks for this. everything is working fine for me just a small error I wanted to ask about in my /home/pi/.pm2/logs/MagicMirror-error.log, it complains the following:
ERROR! Could not find main module js file for calendars
Its not a show stopper but because the calendars folder is created in the modules folder this is why it is asking for a js file.
@assassins calendar is actually in the modules/default folder
Assassins last edited by
@sdetweil Yes i now, but i have do all the step, and this error come up
@assassins but u said the calendar folder was created. and its looking for the js file… so i think you didnt use the right folder