What do you get for the following commands?BngMan wrote: [...]
boot screen is showing fine, splash screen is dissabled (in settings). only random screens are displaying, eg.. intro vid, todays menu, weather.
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systemctl status screenly-viewer.service systemctl status screenly-web.service
I've installed it multiple times. We have however added a fair number of new features since that release so you should probably look into running the upgrade script directly.davesilver1495 wrote:Thanks, glad you can recreate the problem. I wonder if anyone has got the 4-20-2016 OSE version to work successfully?
That is for Screenly Pro, not for Screenly OSE. For Screenly OSE you'd have to follow the regular Rasbian WiFi configuration.martinsmac wrote:Just a question regarding the wifi settings. If no password, what should I write at the setting:
Sure. Screenly is using Raspbian. There should be plenty of installation instructions around the interwebs on how to do that.ameyerjfgp wrote:Is there a way to change the ip of my RPI?
http://[the-ip-of-your-raspberry-pi]:8080ameyerjfgp wrote:I am having trouble finding anything on changing the Screenly OSE management URL, any help with this would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you for the kind words.lunch.box wrote: I came here just to say this, thank you!
Good find. We'll look into it shortly. Stay tune and keep an eye at the Github issue: https://github.com/wireload/screenly-ose/issues/404jscaptura wrote:Upon further investigation - uploads are all failing 30 seconds into the transfer.
It's pretty hard to do for websites, as they are it a) requires a lot of dependencies and b) is a very resource heavy operation.mlittelds9 wrote:Hi,
any chance of a preview button by each asset which is on display... it would be so useful...
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$ bash <(curl -sL https://www.screenlyapp.com/install-ose.sh)