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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 2 Player - Operating system and security
Screenly 2 Player - Operating system and security

(Warning: This is a highly technical article) In this new series of articles we will explore our brand new Screenly 2 Player in detail. This particular article will focus the operating system and security. These are two areas that are...

Screenly 2 takes SoC digital signage to new levels
Screenly 2 takes SoC digital signage to new levels

Full hardware accelerated playback for all supported asset types Gapless playback for images, videos, and web-pages Official support for NEC P- and V- series monitors through the built-in Raspberry Pi SoC Hardened security provided by Canonical through Ubuntu Core Screenly,...