mrsyake wrote:I downloaded the img from github and installed. When I start my raspberry pi Screenly splash screen appears then I get the message unable to resolve IP address then the buck bunny video plays over and over. When I alt+ctrl+F1 I am able to input the username and password but the video is looping the entire time so I cannot see what I'm doing. I was able to expand file and reboot but I do not have an IP address in order to disable the video or add additional material. Please assist.
Setup - Raspberry Pi 3 + Raspbian Jessie Lite + Screenly OSE + WIFI
Today i also faced the same issue in the morning, below is other workaround which worked for me.
1. Download RASPBIAN JESSIE LITE
2. Configure WIFI using the below link worked fine.
*Ensure you have entry for wlan0 and providing credentials for wifi in a file - wpa_supplicant.conf or manuall entry in /etc/network/interface
auto wlan0 [The "auto" command starts the interface at bootup for WIFI]
iface wlan0 inet dhcp
wpa-conf /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf [This file contains the WIFI Credentials in Network Block]
iface default inet dhcp
or manual entry of ssid and psk as below:
iface wlan0 inet dhcp
3. [*Important Step]
Reboot, Login and check for Internet by below
Command - ifconfig wlan0 or ifconfig.
If the inet addr field has an address beside it, the Pi Screenly would display IP. If not, check your password and ESSID are correct.
4. Command Line Type sudo raspi-config and do the required changes
Expand the root file system (required)
Disable overscan (depends on your display)
Change keyboard mapping (optional)
Change time zone (optional, but Screenly’s scheduling uses this)
Enable SSH (optional)
Configure boot behavior to boot into X (required)
* The above did not work will give you an error as you do not have GUI in Lite. This is my understanding as of today.
Change password for 'pi’ user (recommended)
Once you’ve made all these changes, you must restart your Raspberry Pi
5. Install Screenly OSE
$ bash <(curl -sL https://www.screenly.io/install-ose.sh
6. This should give you IP now on Screenly Splash, if not kindly check the /etc/network/interface and verify using ifconfig for wlan0 again type and reboot it should work.
Reference URL - https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentati ... ess-cli.md
http://weworkweplay.com/play/automatica ... i-network/
7.Please see my above post for the issue faced in wifi settings on reboot and kindly confirm !
8. Request all to share if some understanding is not proper or any workaround !