Please read the release notes carefully since this update requires adjustments to your Raspberry Pi configuration!
Have you updated your Raspberry Pi lately?
$ sudo apt-get update $ sudo apt-get upgrade $ sudo rpi-update $ sudo reboot
Note that the firmware update will cause the reboot step to take longer than normal. Just don’t think your rpi is stuck and yank the power cord. Let it sit there for a bit. Mine took a good 2 minutes before it finally rebooted. The SD card access light was flickering quite a bit, meaning it was doing a lot of writing and configuring after the update.
And don’t forget to also request the most recent git copy of MagicMirror² as well:
$ cd magicMirror $ git pull
d3r last edited by d3r
Pixel latest raspbian update
Did anyone update to pixel?
Wanted to know if there were any issues before I dive in?
I would update myself but will not have the time to fix it if things go wrong. I’ll give it a try next weekend.
I probably won’t, at least not on my production mirror. I will on my test mirror, but that won’t happen this weekend … maybe next.
trividar last edited by
@d3r i did update to pixel and had no problems! My mirror works great.
MichMich last edited by
@trividar Thanks for reporting!
strawberry 3.141 last edited by
@MichMich i upgraded to PIXEL as well and created a pull request to use a new feature for the MagicMirror
paulocarrasco last edited by
Update done! on PI3 …everything’s working…
cowboysdude last edited by
@d3r I updated my mini alarm clock mirror to pixel and everything is running great!
It boots REALLY fast!!!