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A demo to run an I2C attached OLED display on a Raspberry Pi

This is a snap containing the adafruit Pi-OLED demos to test an I2C attached OLED display on a Raspberry Pi.

This snap will display system statistics on an attached OLED display.

To make it work. please connect the snap to the necessary interfaces first and restart the snap.

snap connect pi-oled-demo:i2c pi:i2c-1

snap connect pi-oled-demo:mount-observe

snap connect pi-oled-demo:network-observe

snap restart pi-oled-demo

This snap has been tested with an AzDelivery 0.96" 128x64 OLED display as well as an Adafruit PiOLED - 128x32 OLED Add-on display, either of them attached via I2C

The snap also allows switching between 32 and 64 pixel height to adapt to the display resolution. If you use a 128x64 pixel display you can set the resolution with

snap set pi-oled-demo height=64

respectively you can set it back to 32 pixels with

snap set pi-oled-demo height=32

Details for pi-oled-demo

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Last updated
  • 5 June 2019 - latest/stable
  • 27 September 2019 - latest/edge

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