You could probably make the remote module send terminal commands and make it alter the wifi connection, but you would probably have to know the ssid of the network, ie no choosing and clicking the network
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@PhilsterM9 Hi again, maybe I’m missing something…
If you followed the install guide when you installed…
When you SSH in to your Pi (or open a terminal on the desktop of the pi) you should end up in a prompt looking like this:
Now, type as follows:
pi@MagicMirror:~ $ cd MagicMirror/config/
You should now be in MagicMirror/config/ looking like this:
Change whatever you need to change…
But you actually don’t have to change anything just for testing it.
Now restart the MagicMirror with pm2 like this:
pi@MagicMirror:~/MagicMirror/config $ pm2 restart mm
You should se something like this:
Restarts are now immutable, to update environment or conf use --update-env
[PM2] Applying action restartProcessId on app [mm](ids: 0)
[PM2] [mm](0) ✓
│ App name │ id │ mode │ pid │ status │ restart │ uptime │ cpu │ mem │ watching │
│ mm │ 0 │ fork │ 26361 │ online │ 32 │ 0s │ 22% │ 2.3 MB │ disabled │
Use `pm2 show ` to get more details about an app