Sven76225
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Screenly-OSE- Image

Sat Apr 14, 2018 11:59 am

Hello,

I have a Raspberry Pi 3 Model B +. I want to install Screenly-OSE-. I have a problem with the image. I use the Zip image.https://github.com/Screenly/screenly-os ... SE_4GB.zip. I formatted my 16 GB card. The image is written with Etcher (Win 10 Version) on the card.
Unfortunately, the red LED flashes red for a very short time. The green SMD LED flashes briefly. On the HDMI connection is only a color pattern to see. My LAN connection is not recognized. The Raspberry is not in my existing network. What am I doing wrong. The Raspberry is usable with operating system from https://www.raspberrypi.org/. The LAN socket is recognized and I can control my Raspberry with Putty. I probably did something wrong with the Screenly Image. I can not make SSH settings. What can I do. I'm happy about the help. Thank you.

best regards,
Sven

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fruitoftheloom
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Re: Screenly-OSE- Image

Sat Apr 14, 2018 8:29 pm

Sven76225 wrote:
Sat Apr 14, 2018 11:59 am
Hello,

I have a Raspberry Pi 3 Model B +. I want to install Screenly-OSE-. I have a problem with the image. I use the Zip image.https://github.com/Screenly/screenly-os ... SE_4GB.zip. I formatted my 16 GB card. The image is written with Etcher (Win 10 Version) on the card.
Unfortunately, the red LED flashes red for a very short time. The green SMD LED flashes briefly. On the HDMI connection is only a color pattern to see. My LAN connection is not recognized. The Raspberry is not in my existing network. What am I doing wrong. The Raspberry is usable with operating system from https://www.raspberrypi.org/. The LAN socket is recognized and I can control my Raspberry with Putty. I probably did something wrong with the Screenly Image. I can not make SSH settings. What can I do. I'm happy about the help. Thank you.

best regards,
Sven

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Sven76225
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Re: Screenly-OSE- Image and a 2nd question

Mon Apr 16, 2018 4:59 pm

Hello "fruitoftheloom",

Thank you for your response. I have installed Screenly with the tutorial from https://www.screenly.io/ose/. I chose the 3rd option. Screenly runs very well on my new Raspberry Pi 3 B +.

I have another question regarding the operation. If I want to end the screenly programm, how do I turn off the Raspberry Pi 3 with the program Screenly. Unplug the power cord? Will I destroy the SD card (Image)? Is there an option I select on the web interface?

I am looking forward to an answer. Thank you.

Greetings, Sven

markkuk
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Re: Screenly-OSE- Image

Tue Apr 17, 2018 9:25 pm

Screenly doesn't provide a shutdown option on the web interface, you need to open a SSH connection and give the "sudo poweroff" command.

Sven76225
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Re: Screenly-OSE- Image

Sun Apr 22, 2018 4:56 pm

Hello "markkuk"

thank you for the tip. With the command I turn off Raspberry Pi. Thank you very much. Is there also a command with which I can turn on via SSH. With PuTTY I can not find Raspberry Pi after switching off. Is a restart only possible with it, if one puts the power supply back to the Raspberry PI?

Thank you for your help.

best regards,
Sven

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