I’m having issues with a calendar module not updating. Is there a way to schedule a restart of MagicMirror? Something that would exit MM at 3am, and then pm2 would restart it.
@sdetweil That’s what I suspected. FWIW, in my case it would be extremely helpful for the repeating entry to appear for each day the appointment repeats.
@sdetweil Yes, it’s the default module.
Not sure if this is a bug, or working as designed. If I have an event that occurs for multiple days, it only appears in the upcoming events on the first day.
My preferred choice would be to have the event appear on each day of the repeating event. Is there a setting I can flip so this happens?
@ankonaskiff17 thanks! I will take a look.
@sdetweil I have nothing right now, as I don’t know what type of sensor could send the temperature upstairs.
We have two MM’s, one in the kitchen and one downstairs. The downstairs MM doesn’t have to be involved, only if it makes things easier.
What I would like to do is display the basement temperature on the kitchen MM. Is this possible somehow?
@sdetweil Oops. Raspberry Pi 3b+. Just recently did the update using:
bash -c “$(curl -sL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/sdetweil/MagicMirror_scripts/master/upgrade-script.sh)” apply
The update completes without an error.
I get a message that MMM-Multimonth and MMM-Wallpaper need updating.
I open a console window, go into each module folder and enter:
No errors. I restart MM and no message. After a few hours the messages are back as if I never updated them.
I must be doing something wrong.