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What to expect from free digital signage software
What to expect from free digital signage software

Since Screenly’s founding, one of our goals is to make digital signage accessible to everyone. To achieve this goal, we offer a free digital signage software solution, Screenly OSE. During our journey with Screenly OSE, we learned that users have...

A lit fire in a fireplace for a virtual fireplace with the Raspberry Pi.
Virtual fireplace with a Raspberry Pi HDMI display

The holidays are here! Yes, while it is hard to believe, it’s that time of year again. Loved ones are traveling, and Christmas shopping is in full swing. Depending on where you are, it’s either snowing or very cold outside....

Updates to digital signage software Screenly OSE v0.16
Updates to digital signage software Screenly OSE v0.16

We have some exciting updates for all our Screenly OSE users. If you are unfamiliar with Screenly OSE, it stands for Screenly Open Source Edition. Screenly OSE is Screenly’s free version of digital signage management software. In this post, we’ll...

How do we build disk images for Screenly?
How do we build disk images for Screenly?

When you download a disk image, such as Raspbian, for your Raspberry Pi or a for a firmware update for your router, you probably don’t spend too much time thinking about how it was built. Neither did I until I...

How we built our Raspberry Pi test rig
How we built our Raspberry Pi test rig

Testing software is hard. Testing software that is running on a variety of different hardware is even harder. This is something that we have learned the hard way over the years through building Screenly. We’ve run into a number of...

Screenly OSE 0.13 (Paradise City) is out
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 network configuration experience. In the past, we have experimented with various ways of configuring both...