clockOS is an app that runs on a Raspberry Pi into a smart desktop clock.
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clockOS

clockOS is still under development No stable release is available.

clockOS is an app that runs on a Raspberry Pi with a display and converts it into a smart desktop clock. Programming language is Node.js.

For contributing take a look at the Contributing page.

For any suggestion add an issue on GitHub.

Getting Started

Before getting started you need to setup your Pi and attach your TFT to then set it up with Resin.io if you haven't already.

  • First make sure your display is working with ResinOS. To make your display work you might need to set a Fleet Configuration with the name RESIN_HOST_CONFIG_dtoverlay with value pitft28-resistive,rotate=90, you may want to tweak that depending on your display. Note: Some overlays may not be available, that depends on your ResinOS version, I had to sideload mine rpi-display in my SD card.
  • Then wire your navigation buttons, you're going to need 4. Default pins are (you can modify this in main.js):
      upButton: 16,
      downButton: 17,
      backButton: 27,
      selectButton: 22
    
    • To change your time zone modify this line from your Dockerfile.template.

Deploying to Resin.io

To deploy clone or fork and clone this project to desktop and add resin.io remote. Then just run git push resin master. And this will deploy to all your devices in that app.

License

Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.