Raspberry Pi OS Bullseye has recently been released and as a result, my previous tutorial on setting up an OLED stats display for your Raspberry Pi no longer works. So I’ve revised the tutorial to get the libraries installed and the script running on the latest version of the operating system.

Written Instructions with Terminal Commands – https://www.the-diy-life.com/add-an-oled-stats-display-to-raspberry-pi-os-bullseye/

Raspberry Pi Desktop Case – https://www.the-diy-life.com/diy-raspberry-pi-4-desktop-case-with-oled-stats-display/

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