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  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by rassilon50 View Post
    but the moment I go to terminal I type "cubepro-encoder" and then a filename, it says it "-bash: cubepro-encoder: command not found"
    Try ./cubepro-encoder

    The ./ tells it to look in the folder you are currently in.

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    It's also case sensitive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3DSurfer View Post
    Try ./cubepro-encoder

    The ./ tells it to look in the folder you are currently in.

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    It's also case sensitive.

    That did it! Thank you!

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    Everybody probably knows this, but...

    FWIW, I just found that cubedecoder works for Ekocycle .cube3 files!

    (I had thought it wouldn't, but my previous try was flawed...
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    In case anyone is interested, CubePrint prints Ekocycle (aka PETG mostly??) filament at 250C.

    When I use it as ABS in my Cube3 at 260C, it prints very nicely.
    Last edited by JohnTee; 05-16-2018 at 05:32 AM.

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    You "flaw'd" a drag and drop?

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    At least!!

    Not sure how I got it wrong - probably used cubeencoder instead of cubedecoder. I've learned there is a difference...

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    I'm now having a Windows problem with cube3-encoder on Windows 7 Pro (with September updates.)

    It throws an Error Dialog =
    "The application was unable to start correctly (0x000007b). Click OK to close the application."

    The .bfb file looks ok, and I also tried an old .bfb that used to work and it throws the same error.

    I suspect this results from a missing .dll file that should be in System32, and I think I found it once, but now cannot.

    It used to work, but I changed something and now it doesn't.

    Suggestions?

    TIA!

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    Yea, load up BuddyBu's tools.

  10. #29
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    Good suggestion.

    Turns out, I had made a bad ASSumption about the encoder version buddybu included in the tools folder.
    (Long story follows - skip to end if helpful...)
    I copied the Cube3Encoder.exe file to the Desktop, to make it easier to drop a file on it, like I did with the old version.
    Turns out, buddybu's version needs a couple of .dll's that I left behind in the folder.
    Meantimes, I found a copy of the old self-contained version that worked.
    End

    Thanks for the tip!

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    Good point. True, I leave everything in one folder and just make a shortcut on the desktop which still lets you drag and drop.

 

 

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