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I have been trying to get Screenly OSE up and running.

Everything works really well, but I have a problem. After the Pi is booted, it starts in the terminal. On the other hand, if I switch the instance of the terminal to another by pressing F2, Screenly starts up and runs as it should.

It's only running Screenly by pressing F2, I have no clue why. I want it to start automatically every time I boot the Pi.

Is there anyone out there who has had this problem, or can help me out in anyway?

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The author of Screenly OSE here.

That's very strange. My best guess would be that something is wrong with the SD card and/or something went wrong during the installation/flashing.

Firstly, are you running on Raspbian Jessie or Wheezy? If Jessie, start over using the latest disk image.

If you're using Jessie, I would suggest that you run the upgrade and try installing the latest developer version to see if that solves the issue.

You can do this by running:

$ bash <(curl -sL https://www.screenly.io/install-ose.sh)

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