@ndom91 try the fake KMS if you want to use TV service
It’s what I do
the fake-kms was created for keeping omxplayer compatibility but you need to add the “–no-osd” flag to the omxplayer command line
you might want to try it
dont bet on it, but changing line 101 of node_helper.js to
var args = ["--no-osd", "--live", "--video_queue", "4", "--fps", "30",
might do the trick
@schmo90 mmm havent had that problem, everything its working fine
Have you deactivated the screensaver as its shown in the wiki?
Also, are you using a module like MMM-Remote-Control to turn off the screen?
If you see a black screen and the mouse but nothing else you are probably missing “sudo chvt 6 && sudo chvt 7” in your statement after turning hdmi back on. You can test it in ssh after forcing the issue.
Also if you are concatenating commands like Hein-Jan did with “tvservice --preferred && sudo chvt 6 && sudo chvt 7” have in mind that commands after && are only executed if no errors are found. So maybe “tvservice -p” its working correctly but its giving some feedback and things after && aren’t executed.
You could force it by using ; as a separator instead of && so it doesn’t look for an answear
Please use the fake kms driver instead “dtoverlay=vc4-fkms-v3d”
it its known that the full kms driver isnt compatible with tvservice plus other restrictions
Also with the fake KMS you can rotate the display from /boot/config.txt so I suggest @michmich using it as the preferred method in the wiki