I have a Screenly OSE installation that works very well and I need to be able to display the playlist even offline. I may use ScreenlyOSE in some place where there is no way to connect the RPi to internet. Is there a way to bypass the hotspot prompt and just run the playlist ? I don’t want a full desactivation of the API since I need it to upload the videos to screenly, if possible with a fake internet connection (a local hotspot for instance).
As a summary:
- I need the API to be reachable when the RPi is connected to a local hotspot i.e. no connection to the real world internet. (I noticed that the web gui is requesting some external ressources, can we juste use the raw API ?)
- I need Screenly to skip the hotspot prompt and run the playlist already in the database when the RPi is not connected.
I don’t mind if the answer I am looking for implies to change the python code, I can do it.