@thijsmathijs - if any place was going to have it, Alibaba would be it. Presumably one of the many factories supplies panels to the monitor companies.
Posts made by bhepler
RE: Can't get MM to start, says it can't find electron, then electron won't start
@jmartin1009 It sounds like your repository data is corrupted. Try this:
rm ./package-lock.json rm -r ./node_modules npm cache clear --force
and then attempt to reinstall electron.
RE: [MMM-RTSPStream] - Video Streaming from Live Feeds & Security Cameras
@costascontis - There may be a switch in VLC player that tells it to stay on top. I’d start looking at switches there.
RE: What difference does node server-only make in operation?
Server-only mode is just running the NPM application. Essentially, you’re just hosting the website and not depending upon Electron to present the information on the screen. Since you need something to actually show the data, you can use the built-in browser for the Pi Zero, which is Chromium. You’ll have to configure it a bit to hide the menu, scroll bars and the like, but it should work.
Note: Because the MM application is basically a website, if you open up the IP Whitelist, you can view the magic mirror interface from any web browser on your network.
RE: MM2 my first try
The initial script failed on dependancies and depracated packages. Just could not get it to work.
The installation script hasn’t been updated to handle some of the changes in the latest version of Raspbian. I would ignore it and follow the steps for a manual installation.
RE: Problems getting setup on Raspberry Pi Desktop (for PC and Mac)
RE: Considering taking donations to support the MagicMirror project. Interested in your thoughts!
Done and done. I did get the initial prompt in Dutch, but I was able to figure it out. Once I logged into PayPal, everything switched to English.
RE: MagicMirror screen goes black
From your logs:
message: ‘502 - “\n\n\n502 Server Error\n\n\n
Error: Server Error\n
The server encountered a temporary error and could not complete your request.
Please try again in 30 seconds.\n\n\n”’,
RE: Mirror Film Directly on Monitor?
It should work. I’m not sure if the 1/4" thickness of the mirror glass is the determining factor.
You can also mount your mirror inside a cutout in the wall to make it closer to flush. I think your woodworking skills are going to be what’s going to make the majority of the difference.