So I’ve been using Screenly as a display to show a building directory, names and office numbers, for some time now. We used to have Screenly running on an older Pi but recently upgraded it to a 3B+. The display is connected to the PI via HDMI and the screen is in the vertical orientation with display_hdmi_rotate=3 in the config.txt. The PI is hardwired via ethernet and doesn’t have any USB devices plugged into it. The directory web page is a PHP page being served from a RedHat Apache web server that is accessible from a normal web browser anywhere in the world. I have only this page added as a single asset inside Screenly with it set to play “Forever”.
For some reason the display now only shows the Screenly logo and a small line of the console at the bottom: https://imgur.com/n1NGyh7. Sorry about the image quality as my manager took it with a potato apparently and I’m working remotely . I tried upgrading to the Experimental version as this was happening on the normal release too but haven’t noticed a difference. I also tried simply setting Google’s homepage as an asset and it won’t load that either with the same results. Everything in the logs says that it should be displaying properly from what I can see. Hopefully someone can review the logs below and spot what is going on here.
Hardware: Raspberry Model Model 3B+ Revision: 1.3 Ram: 1 GB Sony UK
Screenly Version master@959e5d3
Pastebin of Logs: pastebin.com/ZmtfYQ4T