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    @leisi said in Please help:

    @cowboysdude ok, pardon, my mistkake, i´ll do it next time, i´m so proud of my new magicmirror…

    LOL I’m happy you are getting it working!! It’s a pretty awesome feeling, isn’t it? 🙂

    Anytime you need help please feel free to ask and there are many people here that love to help!

    No worries, no harm done, you made no mistake it happens and it’s okay!

    Glad you’re here!



  • With me still the same error synonymous with the command DISPLAY =: 0 npm start but the same error



  • @moris do you tried it from the terminal on raspberry or via Mac or Windows? Try this command only in raspberrys terminal…



  • @leisi said in Please help:

    @moris do you tried it from the terminal on raspberry or via Mac or Windows? Try this command only in raspberrys terminal…

    On the raspi terminal



  • I log in cd MagicMirror
    In cd MagicMirror write DISPLAY=:0 npm start is this korrekt?



  • @moris yes, my mirror starts with these commands on raspberrys terminal



  • By me the same error list. Somewhere is an error or is not installed what can it be?



  • So now I have pixel aufpspielen and behold there because it works. Now I have to install module sorry for the stupid question but how do I get it? On the readme page is the man config / config.js must open and should enter only where is the config.js? And how should I enter? Can you give me an example for clock?


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    @moris The basic installation of MagicMirror includes a sample config.js file. It’s located at ~/MagicMirror/config/config.sample.js

    If you copy or rename that file to config.js that should help get you started. cp ~/MagicMirror/config/config.sample/js ~/MagicMirror/config/config.js Once you have it copied, you can restart your mirror and it should use that simple config.js to run the mirror software.

    Installing other modules is pretty simple. Navigate to the modules directory: cd ~/MagicMirror/modules and then clone the module repository git clone [module url]. Follow the directions at the GitHub repository for that module in case there is anything special about installing that module.


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