Screenly OSE

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Screenly OSE 0.13 (Paradise City) is out

We’re happy to announce the availability of the latest release of Screenly OSE, v0.13 (code name Paradise City). This release focused mostly on improving the...

Screenly 0.13 comes with support for resin.io and more

We’re happy to announce the release of Screenly OSE 0.13 (code name Mr. Brownstone). The release is now available both through NOOBS and as a...

Screenly OSE 0.12 (and 0.12.1) is now out

We’re excited to announce version 0.12 (code name Out ta Get Me) of Screenly Open Source Edition (OSE). While this release might not look like...

Screenly OSE 0.10 is out

Screenly OSE 0.10 “Night Train” is out We’re proud to announce Screenly OSE 0.10 (code name “Night Train”). The release includes a number of new...

How to automatically turn off and on your monitor from your Raspberry Pi

A common question we’ve come across when working on Screenly is how to do power management on the display. When we first started out, we...

Screenly OSE is now in NOOBS

Some time ago the Raspberry Pi Foundation introduced NOOBS to simplify the installation of operating systems onto the Raspberry Pi. For those not familiar with...