I am running a raspberry pi3b+ via ssh. There is a hyperpixel4 screen by Pimoroni attached to the Pi and it's working fine. I am trying to display an image on the screen attached to the Pi with a python script via SSH.
I tried PIL and Pygame, but none works.
from PIL import Image img = Image.open("image.jpg") img.show() import pygame #voor beeld en geluid from time import sleep from pygame.locals import * pygame.init() WIDTH = 1280 HEIGHT = 800 windowSurface = pygame.display.set_mode((WIDTH, HEIGHT), 0, 0) img = pygame.image.load("ndvi.jpg") windowSurface.blit(img, (0, 0)) pygame.display.flip()
With PIL, nothing happens at all. Even if I don't use SSH and type directly into the Pi's terminal. Pygame works if I type directly into the Pi (with a delay, but that can be solved with subprocess maybe). But it shows this error via ssh-"Unable to open a console terminal".