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Installing and configuring Magic Mirror on Raspberry Pi

  • Installing Magic Mirror

    The requirements are very simple to start, Stretch Raspbian need be installed and configured with an IP address.

    When the installation will ask us if we want to start by default when you start Raspberry or not, This is what everyone wants. In my case I prefer later start for different reasons, To do this I have added a script in ‘~ / .config / lxsession / LXDE-pi / autostart’ called for example’@/home/pi/’ which has the following content:
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    cd /home/pi/MagicMirror/
    npm start # Pi2 y Pi3
    node serveronly # Pi1 y Zero


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