Raspberry Pi 4 B - OSE

Does anyone have working installation instructions for installing Screenly OSE on a Raspberry Pi 4 B ?

I did have 2 other links to some stuff but this forum won’t let me post them!
Following either of those then it all goes ok right up to the point where they tell you to run the cURL command (bash <(curl -sL https://www.screenly.io/install-ose.sh)) then it goes wrong.
On closer examination of this it seems that Raspbian Lite doesn’t include Python like it used to, and at this point I believe that in the above steps we should add steps to install Python. (But Python 2 or 3?)

Basically, most instructions for Screenly are seriously out of date. Maybe you can make some progress with the bove.

Links: HTTP supportscreenlyio/hc/en-us/articles/360042164173-Getting-started-with-Screenly-OSE

OR

I have tried everything with a lot of combinations on a brand new Raspberry PI 4 B. Nothing worked.
I installed older versions of Raspberry PI OS, tried various suggestions on the forum here (rPi4 install not working).
Searched on Github: Screenly bootscreen shows, then blackscreen Raspberry Pi 4B · Issue #1580 · Screenly/screenly-ose · GitHub
After days of testing and many many installs I gave up.

The official link for prebuilt image is now a based on a balena image, not using Pi unix.

Every instructional is out of date, now.

touching a file called SSH doesn’t allow SSH - no idea how to set up SSH and wifi now.

@mthornbury

Then dont use the prebuilt images…

  1. Download Raspbian OS lite x64: https://downloads.raspberrypi.org/raspios_lite_arm64/images/raspios_lite_arm64-2022-09-26/2022-09-22-raspios-bullseye-arm64-lite.img.xz

  2. Flash that image into your SD card either using Pi Imager or balenaEtcher.

  3. Put your SSH blank file into the /boot/ partition and you can customize the config.txt file as well, you can put a wpa_supplicant.conf file in this directory as well for preconfigured wifi, or use sudo raspi-config to configure the Pi when you can use the console.

  4. When ready to install Anthias, from the console run:
    bash <(curl -sL https://install-anthias.srly.io)

Follow instructions and wait until the entire installation is complete.
If after it completes and you reboot you still get a black screen, simply press control+alt+f1 to get into the console and then run: ./screenly/bin/upgrade_containers.sh
this should re-run the containers creation step and have the system up and running properly.

To create a preconfigured wpa_supplicant.conf file just follow my instructions from this post: Wifi not working - Anthias - Anthias Forum (screenly.io)

I just followed this and it installed fine. (From Github)

The quickest way to get started is to use Raspberry Pi Imager, where you can find Anthias under Other specific-purpose OS .