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by mkraley
Mon Aug 21, 2017 3:16 pm
Forum: Other projects
Topic: Screenly OSE -- Digital Signage for the Raspberry Pi
Replies: 1096
Views: 349248

Re: Screenly OSE -- Digital Signage for the Raspberry Pi

Is there any way to get back to a Terminal session in a system that is running Screenly? I can boot back into NOOBS, but the edit config files option is disabled. Ctrl-Alt-F1/F2 don't seem to do anything. Is there some other trick? ...Mike You should be able to use ctrl+alt+F3 or F1. I don't recall...
by mkraley
Mon Aug 21, 2017 3:14 pm
Forum: Other projects
Topic: Screenly OSE -- Digital Signage for the Raspberry Pi
Replies: 1096
Views: 349248

Re: Screenly OSE -- Digital Signage for the Raspberry Pi

How does Screenly handle caching of web page content? Although I have set no-cache headers on my web page, it appears as if Screenly only does a HEAD call each time it needs to display that asset, and does not fetch the content. Is this something I can control somehow? A possibly related question is...
by mkraley
Fri Aug 18, 2017 12:15 am
Forum: Other projects
Topic: Screenly OSE -- Digital Signage for the Raspberry Pi
Replies: 1096
Views: 349248

Re: Screenly OSE -- Digital Signage for the Raspberry Pi

Is there any way to get back to a Terminal session in a system that is running Screenly? I can boot back into NOOBS, but the edit config files option is disabled. Ctrl-Alt-F1/F2 don't seem to do anything. Is there some other trick? ...Mike You should be able to use ctrl+alt+F3 or F1. I don't recall...
by mkraley
Thu Aug 17, 2017 9:40 pm
Forum: Other projects
Topic: Screenly OSE -- Digital Signage for the Raspberry Pi
Replies: 1096
Views: 349248

Re: Screenly OSE -- Digital Signage for the Raspberry Pi

Is there any way to get back to a Terminal session in a system that is running Screenly? I can boot back into NOOBS, but the edit config files option is disabled. Ctrl-Alt-F1/F2 don't seem to do anything. Is there some other trick?

...Mike

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