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.
Posts made by bhepler
RE: Considering taking donations to support the MagicMirror project. Interested in your thoughts!
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.
RE: Heart Rate Monitoring
@piyushtanksale00 - I do know that the MMM-Fitbit module includes a heart rate statistic. The module is a little unreliable due to Fibit’s weird API. But once you get it running you can get all sorts of fun fitness information from it.
Depending upon your coding skills, just about anything with a REST API can be displayed on the mirror.
RE: Node Serveronly - Internet Connection
@m-tarek - Technically, only the Pi needs a connection out to the Internet in order to display the modules correctly. Your devices behind your firewall/gateway/router will need to be able to see the Pi in order to display the interface. (Be sure to carefully configure your IP whitelist)
We have a similar setup in my office for the superwide mirror in the lobby. The gateway has a bypass set up for the Pi running one of the Magic Mirror installations (the superwide runs two Magic Mirror installations). Everything behind the gateway is forced to our capture portal except the Pi, which is allowed to bypass the gateway and get an internet connection. Anyone behind the gateway can see the data displayed upon the Pi without having an internet connection yet. There is some other trickery that we do that isn’t relevant here.
RE: PM2 does not start the Magic Mirror
@dariocas - First, check to see if anything pm2 related still exists on your Pi: type
pm2 status all. If you get a table in reply, then pm2 is there, you just need to configure it.
If you get “command not found” then you’ll need to install pm2 manually:
npm install pm2 -g. Once that finishes, you’ll want to initalize pm2 with
pm2 startup. It will do a mess of things and at the end it will output a command for you to enter. This is important! You need to copy that command from the output and paste it into the command line. That will enable pm2 to start when the Pi reboots.
Give it a go and let us know what you find.