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Update Error of v.2.2.0 :(
Same problem here. After yesterday’s update (git hub && npm install) two modules (MMM-PIR and MMM-MyCommute) has wrong version (except 50, got 48). After launching screen is just black. I’ve tried to update electron (npm rebuild --runtime=electron --target=1.4.15 --disturl=https://atom.io/download/atom-shell --abi=50)but nothing changed. How to start it?
Same problem same modules
fox last edited by
I did a complete reinstall. This was the last time that i did an Update of the Magic Mirror
This happend with every update till now.
open_book last edited by
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Fonfon last edited by Fonfon
i backup my modules folder and my config folder
i delete MagicMirror folder
copy/paste modules &config folders
i do that but same error on the same module
i don’t understand why
i need some help please
why update do that ?
need to reinstall all modules
now its good …
PRECIOUS VIRAL last edited by
@MichMich How to solve this error?
pi@PrivatePiNetwork:~/MagicMirror $ git pull && npm install
error: Your local changes to the following files would be overwritten by merge:
Please, commit your changes or stash them before you can merge.
error: The following untracked working tree files would be overwritten by merge:
Please move or remove them before you can merge.
afedriansyah last edited by
hey I’ve been trying to install the magic mirror from https://raw.githubusercontent.com/MichMich/MagicMirror/master/installers/raspberry.sh | bash and once I clicked enter and this message appeared
anyone any ideas how to solve this. a helpful answer and guide would be appreciated
SoleLo last edited by
@open_book How do you remove and reinstall the electron?
@afedriansyah it looks like you already have it cloned to the directory, if you really really want to start fresh (WARNING WILL DELETE YOUR EXISTING INSTALLATION):
rm -R ~/MagicMirrorand then rerun the script. If you just want to upgrade, after the
git pull, do
Finally, I wouldn’t recommend running MM as root, unless you know what you’re doing…