Nach beendigung der Installation führt man noch das Update von Magic Mirror aus: ~ $ git pull && npm install. Die Software für den Autostart. Mein Ziel ist es den Pi für einen Magic Mirror einzurichten. Ich will nächstes Den Autostart über PM2 habe ich noch nicht probiert. Ich starte. Eingeschaltetes MagicMirror-Display. Unten am Glas ist der kleine Time-of-Flight-Sensor angebracht. Um den Sensor mittels I2C anzusteuern.
Magic Mirror - Probleme mit dem InterfaceEingeschaltetes MagicMirror-Display. Unten am Glas ist der kleine Time-of-Flight-Sensor angebracht. Um den Sensor mittels I2C anzusteuern. Nach beendigung der Installation führt man noch das Update von Magic Mirror aus: ~ $ git pull && npm install. Die Software für den Autostart. Jetzt hinterlegen wir erstmal, dass das Display nicht in den Ruhezustand geht. sudo nano ~/.config/lxsession/LXDE-pi/autostart. Dort tragen wir.
Magic Mirror Autostart 2. Install WiringPi & Other stuff VideoMagicMirror2 Autostart / pm2
Skip to content. Auto Starting MagicMirror Jump to bottom. Make a MagicMirror start script. Pages You signed in with another tab or window.
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In my case, a screwdriver in the side of the screen and then mild force cracked it open. You can probably find guides on YouTube for your specific screen.
Then, you take the measurements for the frame and start cutting. I used both screws and glue to make sure it was sturdy enough, the final product weighs quite a lot.
Put some air holes at the top and a hole for the cord at the bottom. I also cut the "frame" in the front in an angle, just because I like it.
Then you put the front on the frame and you are almost done. Make 4 small pieces that you later can put behind the screen, to make sure it doesn't fall backwards.
I have no pictures of this unfortunately Then it's time to put a mounting point at the back. You can see how Mr Teeuw did his mounting points here.
If you chose to have a glass and mirrorfilm, this is a good time to do that. Add the film to the glass as the instructions show you.
If you didn't get any instructions, you can search for " apply mirror film " on YouTube for good instructions! Take the frame and put the mirror in the front.
Place the screen behind it and plug in all the things you need. Start the Raspberry and make sure everything works.
If everything is OK, turn it off and put the final 4 pieces behind the screen to make it stay up. Then you just have to plug everything in there and maybe use some cable ties to make it look a little nice.
You maybe have to make som final adjustments of the webpage to make it fit the screen when the frame is there. Put it up on your wall or place it somewhere and you are done!
You now have your own Magic Mirror! Reply 15 hours ago. Can you provide the details of the type of mirror used along with a good size, I think some mirrors will not be able to display the icon from the LCD display that is behind it.
Reply 6 months ago. Vilros sells glass ones with a frame for a good price, but they have been out of stock for a while.
I think someone bought them all up and now selling them on Amazon for double the price. Question 7 months ago on Step 2.
Magic Mirror comes and and after 20 seconds the display shuts off. But when activating the motion sensor the screen lights up but with nothing displaying on it, just a black screen.
Checked Wiring Pi and it is up to date and double checked my wiring placement 2 for 5v, 6 for gnd, 11 for middle wire. Just not sure what I am missing, any ideas?
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