raspberry 3b+ firebase

MrSalts

Joined Apr 2, 2020
242
As said above, change the line containing .async
To
from .multiprocess_pool import process_pool

Don’t forget the period before the word, “multiprocess”
 

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melili

Joined Mar 31, 2021
17
As said above, change the line containing .async
To
from .multiprocess_pool import process_pool

Don’t forget the period before the word, “multiprocess”

I cannot change it in this way, whether I can change it from the command screen, but I do not know how.

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MrSalts

Joined Apr 2, 2020
242
It depends where your file (python script) is saved. You may have to open the script by navigating to the working directory where that script is saved. The use the command...

sudo nano yourPythonScript.py

then use the arrow keys to navigate to the row of the text file, delete with the backspace key and type the line I gave you.

thenhold ctl key + x key,
Then it will ask you to save, hit “y” to save as the same file name.
 

Thread Starter

melili

Joined Mar 31, 2021
17
It depends where your file (python script) is saved. You may have to open the script by navigating to the working directory where that script is saved. The use the command...

sudo nano yourPythonScript.py

then use the arrow keys to navigate to the row of the text file, delete with the backspace key and type the line I gave you.

thenhold ctl key + x key,
Then it will ask you to save, hit “y” to save as the same file name.
I did what they said, but I don't have permission to write, so even if I write, it doesn't record. If there is a python version that will support firebase you know instead, if I install it, will Raspberry pi have a connection with firebase after the command screen?
 
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