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Pierre Lauret

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Hi,

Did one ever made a plug in for octoprint to use Marlins babystepping possibilities ?
Currently doing that on the lcd screen attached to ramps.

Should be cool to use it by touchscreen with octoprint.
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3Dprint fox

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Hello OctoPrint user,

is there a possibility to force the OctoPrint user login on the website before showing up tab details like temperature, webcam, controls, etc.? That would increase security and privacy using OctoPrint server in local networks with many users who are not involved in printing process. I think someone mentioned it in a discussion or Gina talked about it in one of her video records, but I can hardly remember and find that topic...
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If you're using Octopi image, the simplest way I can think of is modifying the /etc/haproxy.cfg file:
- add the following line to the end of the file
Userlist L1
group G1
user <username> insecure-password <password> groups G1

- add the following to the end of "backend Octoprint section"
acl AuthOkay http_auth(L1)
http-request auth realm octoprint if !AuthOkay

- save and reboot the box, clear browser cache and try it. it should prompt for username and password.
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If you can get python to run on it, certainly
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Phil Suh

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Can somebody help me with the wifi issue I'm having?
I'm trying to setup octoprint but my built in wifi on pi 3 won't connect to my wireless access point.
I uncommented corresponding (WPA/WPA2) line and inputted correct SSID and password on octopi-network.txt
I tried both stable and nightly and no luck with either one.

I tried ethernet connection and it's fine, and when I install latest raspbian my wifi works fine.

Device:
-Raspberry Pi 3
-Airport Extreme (router)
Software:
-Latest Stable and Nightly (tried both)
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Hello pal,

Have you removed the # from all three lines on the file? There's the lines

#iface...
#wpa -ssid...
#wpa-psk...

Each of those lines should have the # removed.

Also, if you log into your router you should be able to see it connected.
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Mark Walker
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For users of the new Cura (2.3.1) and OctoPrint, I've made an OctoPrint uploader plugin. There's no installer, but to install it just needs to be unzipped to the right place.

For those interested, it's here: https://github.com/markwal/Cura-OctoPrintUpload
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Mark Walker's profile photoMartin Bienz's profile photo
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Mark, installed (2.3.1), tested, works. EXACTLY what I was looking for. Pure and simple. Thanks for that.
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I make mistakes some times and upload an .x3g file instead of a .gcode file and these .x3g files seem to get stuck in the file list and I cannot delete them :-(
Solution? please.
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:-)
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Martin Bienz

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I would like to develop a plugin to control my LED light connected to the pi. I can do it in python not a problem. Works fine for now. Now I wanted to create a proper octoprint plugin that might be used by others as well...

I have 2 questions (general plugin implementation, guess):
- Where would I be implementin and how a button to turn on / off the light (e.g. in the control tab or I was thinking in the navbar. I understand how to add content to the navbar / html / jquery content. But how would I call a python function (light_on()) in my plugin. Would I need to do that via api call? Blueprint? Any suggestions where to start?
- I was also planing to integrate a rotary encoder to contol the duty cycle of the LEDs... but this would require constant checking of the GPIO pins and calculating the delta. Would I be required to create a seperate worker thread / Q to get the values into the plugins main thread? Or Maybe a on_pin callback? Any other suggestions ?

Thank you for your suggestions!
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Okay, I am almost there. Works great. templates, js, python. I created a github (https://github.com/MartinBienz/OctoPrint-MyLight) for it, released it, downloaded and installed. Want to do some "long time" testing. Cool stuff, learned a ton! Thanks Gina.

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Tom McCullough

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is it possible to configure config.yaml to have the relay light on/off code show up in the "controls" section? have it working in the system menu, but would like it in the control section. i think i have i configured correctly, but cant get it to work. thanks.
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Figured as much. Thanks for the reply!
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SportUnion Ares

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One more question. Witch model of Raspberry PI you recommended for OctoPrint? On the my printer is Anet board :)
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Thanks, I hope so that I will be expert like you are, and that I can tomorrow help someone like me :)
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Bob Gusek

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I've recently upgraded my Octopi installation to a Raspberry Pi 3 and I have yet to be able to connect to the wifi network with the Pi if I have Octopi installed. I'm using the 1.13 image and I go through the install, setup my network in the appropriate files on the sd card (both the default one and the one if you want to use multiple networks) but when the Pi starts up it's never connecting to my Wifi.

I've tried with both the internal Wifi and a dongle that I use on my Raspberry Pi 2.

If I install the default Jessy image (without octoprint) it connects fine with both the internal Wifi and the Dongle.
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Peter Willard's profile photoBob Gusek's profile photo
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Ok, I got mine working. Basically something is wrong with the octoprint-network.txt either with the textedit program in Mac OS X, or with how it's loading. I followed these instructions: youtube.com - Octopi Raspberry Pi wifi not working work around I commented out the source octopi-network.txt, then added my network information into the wpa_supplicantl.conf file, rebooted and now it connects just fine using the default wifi adapter built in to the raspberry pi 3. It was identified as issue #266 on the Octopi github
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OctoPrint provides a responsive web interface for controlling a 3D printer (e.g. RepRap, Ultimaker, etc).

James Short

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Hello knowledgeable Wizards of the internet!

I have a RP3 running the latest OctopPi firmware. I have an issue where from time to time the connection to the Pi will drop out, and then I won't be able to reconnect until doing a hard reset.

After a bit of digging online I've learnt the RP3 has it's own built in wifi, and that it's no good. I didn't realise this, and bought an official wifi dongle when I purchased it. It seems that the Pi is still using its own onboard wifi though, as I can pull the dongle out while it's running without dropping connection.

I was wondering if you can tell me how I can bypass the onboard wifi and ensure it uses the dongle to connect?

Many thanks!
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Looks very much like it was an issue with the in built wifi. I was able to change the config file from "wlan0" to "wlan1" which then picked up the dongle instead. It gave me a new ip, and have been able to log in on both my phone and chrome at the same time. The video stream is much clearer, and I've not had a single crash yet. Thanks for the help guys, hope this information can help others in the future!

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Luke Pettit

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Would it be possible to make the confirmation box optional when cancelling a print. It is anoying the shit out of me. I wouldnt have hit the cancel print button if I didnt mean it, and it is slowing the time from hitting cancel to it actually stopping the print. Most times I'm having to turn off the power to the printer because its so slow and this unessesary addition is adding to the time it takes to stop.
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Hmm did exactly that adding gcode in under cancel. But when cancel button was hit, the printer just stop there 
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René Jurack

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One more reason, why I am a proud patreon of +Gina Häußge. 2 Mouse-clicks and i can swap between different configurations with ease. #octoprint made this possible. Thanks!
 
One of the many reasons I use #octoprint for the DICE is this: 
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Robert Wallace

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I need a bit of help logging in to octopi.

I installed it yesterday (latest release) on a new Pi3 using the posted steps and followed up with Tom S.'s instructions and all went well - booted, logged via putty, ran raspi-config and expanded my ssd card. Ran Octoprint and did the suggested updates. I set it up with a fixed IP in my router (don't care for Bonjour) Added a camera, saw the stream on my browser. All perfect.

Then I unplugged, set it up to watch my printer (not connected to printer, yet), powered up again and had problems. Octoprint server seems to run OK - I can connect through the browser. But I can no longer log in to Octopi. Putty gives the login screen and when I log in as pi and give the password, the prompt never returns. Eventually putty disconnects with "Software caused connection abort". If I give the wrong password, I get the "Access denied" prompt and get to try again (forever, it seems) but the second I enter the correct password, the session hangs. (tried from all three of my Windows 10 PCs.

During all this, Octoprint still runs OK.

I've started over -- re-imaged the SSD -- with the same result except now I can't expand the SSD since I can't log in to run raspi-config to expand the filesystem, so my use of Octoprint will likely be a bit limited.

Any help would be much appreciated.

Robert
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Gina Häußge's profile photoRobert Wallace's profile photo
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For those following the saga, I've fixed the problem. I'm not sure how it made any real difference, considering the symptoms, but I replaced my aging TP-Link router with one that's relatively new - ASUS RT-N66U. Worked immediately.

Thanks, again, Gina, for the extended help. You can add this one to your list of possible solutions to an obscure problem.

Robert
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Justin Epley

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So I guess Octoprint sends data over the Internet even when it isn't open. Is there anyway to leave it connected to the local wifi, but have it blocked from sending data over the Internet because I have a cap and it is eating up my data.



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Thanks, Gina.
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Hi, I can install raspbian or noobs, but it seems I cant install any octoprint release on the SD Cards, it just doesnt boot (ACT led not even flashing). But like I said, it work everytime with any other install. Tried to redownload the files about 10 times and it still the same thing. Any clues on that??

Thanks
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Phil Martineau Lavoie's profile photoMark Walker's profile photo
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What is the MD5 value you're seeing so I can check if you're using the same image as I am.
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Kyle Menigoz

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+Gina Häußge How do you feel about people referring to OctoPrint as OctoPi? Wonder how you feel about it, as I recently got in a small argument about it, and me trying to protect your credit as the creator, insisted they refer to it as OctoPrint when making instructional videos. Wondering if I overstepped my bounds, or if you even think twice about it? Thanks!
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Steve M
 
Find a popular youtuber to put out an official tutorial on how to install it, what it is, what it isn't, and most importantly to scream at people who call them the same thing.
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Mark Mast

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Can anyone recommend an easy method of getting Octoprint to run on my Odroid C1+?
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Use Etcher to save the zip image to a SD Card... Much easier than to fiddle around with command line. Available on Mac, PC and Linux. Couldn't be easier.
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Eric Warren

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Have a problem with my webcam in Octoprint 1.3. It only streams to the control tab if I manually run /mjpg-streamer/start.sh from an SSH session. Once it is running everything works as it should, but the script dies once I disconnect from the SSH session. Anyone have an idea how to resolve this?
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That's how stuff under linux works, unless you detach your script from your SSH session (e.g. through nohup, see en.wikipedia.org - nohup - Wikipedia for example) it will stop when the parent session exits. Look into setting up an init script (there should be an example in OctoPrint's wiki) to have it start automatically, and detached from any SSH sessions.
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Finally decided where to put that #octosticker - The very first and most advanced DICE it is!
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Gonna try right now... Thanks.
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