N8n-pi v0.01.03 Released

I know it has been a while but I have finally finished the next version of n8n-pi. Version 0.01.03 has been updated with n8n version 0.74.0 and NodeJS version 12.18.2. It has also been updated with all the latest Debian packages.

You can find all the information at the n8n-pi download page.

As usual, let me know if you run into any issues and I’ll assist where I can.


I guess you have a typo here

Thank you for the package

Great work!

Thanks for noticing the typo. I have fixed it. (Good to see someone is reading my posts! :grin:)

I am reading. I am new to n8n so I like to get to know it better by reading every single topic created in this forum so far :blush:


Good on you, @mihha! That is a huge task but one that will be worth it in the long run!

I would also like to encourage you not just to read but to write as well! Let everyone know what you are doing and share your successes and failures!

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I started to write and share but since I am not a developer, my solutions are not very well recognized by some community members who thinks that we all should be developers :sunglasses:

Don’t worry. That won’t discurage me from sharing my solutions and workflows though

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Hey @mihha,

Don’t worry about not being a developer! I’m not a developer either! I’m just a guy who is too stupid to know what I can’t do, so I’ll try anything! :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye: And based on the law of averages, something has to work once in a while!

The people here are extremely inviting and working very hard to make this a true community where we help each other if one of us is failing rather than attacking that individual. All you really need is a sense of curiosity and a willingness to try.

Frankly, I believe the we need to have a good number of non-developers because they represent a the target audience that n8n is reaching for. A developer doesn’t need n8n because they will just write their own code to do what they want. n8n is for people who are not developers but want to get the same results developers do without learning complicated programming languages.

So keep experimenting and keep writing. Your opinions and experiences are extremely valuable to the n8n team.


As I could for sure not have said it better then @Tephlon I simply say: Agree to 100%!

Thank you for both of you

I agree with you and as I said, I won’t be discouraged

Just waiting for the GMail node to be available and then my fun will start 100% :blush:


thanks for your great work, i just did a diy install following your guid on my rpi4 and it worked nicely! only one step should be added: “type n8n to start n8n” before step 5. or should it run automatically?

Hey @Recycking!

Thanks for the great feedback. That tells me all the effort that I’m putting into this is worth it! :white_check_mark: I have not had time to load this into one of my RPI4 (I’ve been developing on RPi3) so it’s good to know that this works with the newer hardware.

n8n should start automatically as it is now installed as a service using PM2. You can check to see if it is running by typing the following command:

pm2 list

You should see n8n listed in the table.

For further details on PM2 see:


again thank you, n8n didn’t run yet but after following your pm2 guide everything works so far. by the way, i only did the diy install because i use the pi headless over wlan and my wifi settings in wpa_supplicant.conf didn’t work with the v0.01.03.zip

Hey @Recycking,

Glad things are working for you now.

Thanks for letting me know about the WiFi piece. Franky, I have not given any thought to WiFi but I could definitely put together a quick tutorial on how to activate the WiFi on the image so that it would work. I’ll add that to my ToDo list.