@Bugsounet i have not read your doc in a long time, been busy…
Posts made by sdetweil
RE: I broke something
@killerjoe34 no, the link makes it look like all the secondary files ARE the root file. so actually changing ANY changes them all, there is ONLY one actual file. but erasing the linked file does NOT erase the root file.
mkdir ~/foo mv ~/MagicMirror/config/config.js foo cd ~/MagicMirror/config ln -s ~/foo/config.js config.js
now you have your file in ~/foo
but it LOOKS like it is also in ~/MagicMirror/config
edit one, change the date/time format
edit the other one and change it back
RE: Spotify with MMM-Assistant2Display
@killerjoe34 by default, the pi does not enable PLAYING spotify music ON the PI… the librespot or raspotify modules must be installed outside of MM and configured to enable the PI to be a spotify device.
if u install the Spotify Connect app on your windows machine, it will show u the devices it knows about and let you start play on one of them. (if u have a spotify premium account)
there u can tell if the librespot or raspotify setup is correct and working
you can use the MMM-Spotify module to SEE what is playing wherever
the A2D extension to send commands to start/stop play on the spotify device.
RE: Update available 2997 commits behind
@Canguingo to update from my scripts is a 2 step process, right?
upgrade-script.sh will do the git pull and npm install, and refresh npm setup for any modules that might need it it should handle all the work… and give you a trial run of all that… only applying changes if u request them
give it a try this works on Mac as well, cut/paste this line into the terminal window on your device
bash -c "$(curl -sL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/sdetweil/MagicMirror_scripts/master/upgrade-script.sh)" ------> no changes are made to the local repo or the working copy < ---------
if you WANT to actually apply the changes, cut/paste this line into the terminal window on your device bash -c "$(curl -sL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/sdetweil/MagicMirror_scripts/master/upgrade-script.sh)" apply there is a log file (upgrade.log) in the MagicMirror/installers folder…
RE: I broke something
@killerjoe34 linux file systems give you the ability to create a file as a LINK to another file somewhere else…
so you only have one copy, but multiple instances… changing the root file makes it look like all the linked files changed too
see the ln command
RE: Raspberry Pi 3B+ and 4 "No wireless interfaces found"
@Blauenfeldt no idea. as I said, I don’t use noobs because of all this extra setup I don’t want to learn