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Hi NickL17, thanks for your reply. The internet connection seems to be the problem. Is there any way to let python check if the connection is lost? It seems like whenever the Pi lost it's connection I have to restart the diceyclock.py
Hi. I have this dicey clock up and running. For some reason, after some time the program stopps working. In order for it to start again, I have to reconnect to my pi, kill the diceyclock.py and restart it and after that it will work again. Is there a logical reason for this?
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