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Sync private iCloud calendar with MagicMirror



  • I have several reoccurring events on the same day, only one of each event is showing up. The number of events is set at 10 but it is going out at least 4 months with that set. It should only go out about 3 weeks with 10 events listed. I’ll try raising the number of events and limiting the time.



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  • Hi

    So i am getting stuck with this and don’t know how to fix the issue.
    The UUID is beside my Calendar and in my iCloud this is my default one.
    but the one i want to use is home (Home Calendar) but No UUID shows up
    same goes for the work one.

    The only one i am interested in is the Home Calendar

    pi@raspberrypi:~/MagicMirror $ vdirsyncer discover
    Discovering collections for pair iCloud_to_MagicMirror
    Mirror:
    iCloud:
      - "tasks" ("Reminders")
      - "AE********-E**4-4D**-A**4-*****************" ("Calendar")
      - "home" ("Home Calendar")
      - "work" ("Work")
    warning: No collection "HERE-GOES-THE-UUID-OF-THE-CALENDAR-YOU-WANT-TO-SYNC" found for storage Mirror.
    Should vdirsyncer attempt to create it? [y/N]: 
    

    Thanks for any help given 🙂



  • Last issue resolved

    So my issue not really an issue just me expecting something different than what i got when i ran vdirsyncer discovery

    So the example on page 1 looks like this

    Mirror:
    iCloud:
      - "25CB285C-E163-4E0E-B420-C3FB469B7C00" ("Calendar 1")
      - "9221FEE8-E8B4-4D07-9402-8638529919EC" ("Calendar 2")
      - "953A5477-E405-4ED6-A5C3-473444EACC95" ("Calendar 3")
    warning: No collection "9221FEE8-E8B4-4D07-9402-8638529919EC" found for storage Mirror.
    Should vdirsyncer attempt to create it? [y/N]:
    
    

    With all the Calendars having a string for UUID E.G. 9221FEE8-E8B4-4D07-9402-8638529919EC

    And this is what i got

    pi@raspberrypi:~/MagicMirror $ vdirsyncer discover
    Discovering collections for pair iCloud_to_MagicMirror
    Mirror:
    iCloud:
      - "tasks" ("Reminders")
      - "9221FEE8-E8B4-4D07-9402-8638529919EC" ("Calendar")
      - "home" ("Home Calendar")
      - "work" ("Work")
    warning: No collection "HERE-GOES-THE-UUID-OF-THE-CALENDAR-YOU-WANT-TO-SYNC" found for storage Mirror.
    Should vdirsyncer attempt to create it? [y/N]: 
    
    

    Now what i didn’t know was that i did get a return of UUID for each Calendar
    (Reminders) UUID is "tasks"
    (Calendar) UUID is "9221FEE8-E8B4-4D07-9402-8638529919EC"
    (Home Calendar) UUID is "home"

    Hope this helps other people in the future.
    took me a bit of digging around.



  • paddyhughes,

    Had the exact same issue.

    Had one calendar called “worK”, all the rest had the long UUID names.

    I keep looking for the “work” calendar, of course it’s UUID was “work”.

    Put that in and now it works.

    Some lessons are learned the hard way.

    Maestro-82



  • Ya kept thinking I did something wrong set up 3 different Rpi thinking I did something some were in the code to mess up. Finally got it working 😉

    @maestro82 said in Sync private iCloud calendar with MagicMirror:

    paddyhughes,

    Had the exact same issue.

    Had one calendar called “worK”, all the rest had the long UUID names.

    I keep looking for the “work” calendar, of course it’s UUID was “work”.

    Put that in and now it works.

    Some lessons are learned the hard way.

    Maestro-82



  • Have any1 made a video how to set it up, I have some problems? 😃



  • Hi what’s the issue
    @Devert



  • I saw someone back on page 1 getting this error but not a solution:

    Traceback (most recent call last):
    File “/usr/bin/vdirsyncer”, line 7, in
    from vdirsyncer.cli import main
    ImportError: No module named ‘vdirsyncer’

    In answer to the reply of if I added python3 to the executable, I already have.


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