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lawrence wrote:
You need to install it first, execute the following command in the Ubuntu core system:

# cd NanoHatOLED
# sudo -H ./install.sh

I've already done that. The screen works fine until it tries to go to page 2 of the display
Hello, I am using the default script from https://github.com/friendlyarm/NanoHatOLED with my nanopi neo2. Running the bakebit script: ~/NanoHatOLED/BakeBit/Software/Python$ python bakebit_nanohat_oled.py Everything works fine until I try to get to the second page. Once I press K2, the output is: K2 ...