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    I did keep connecting with 115200 but only after i changed the USB port.... idk if it was stacking with the dongle i was using on the lower plug for the keybobard/mouse set but this was enough.

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    To avoid this connection issues, you need to disconnect the printer before turning the printer off.

    I have my OctoPrint running now and also the Pi controlling the power of the printer and also some lights.
    When I want to turn the printer off I disconnect it first gracefully, so that the /dev/tty* resource is released.
    It never fails this way.

    I also added a few menu items to OctoPrint to control the Pi.
    Screen Shot 2015-01-26 at 16.22.55.png

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    Awesome!!!

    Can you expand on the lights system?

    How did you handle this? Thru GPIO I assume, but then?

    Thanks!

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    Hi Joao,

    How did you get the print on/off working? Would love some details!

    Cheers,

    Clayton

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    Of course, im interested in that too

    And I'm also wondering, how can I get onto the raspberry pi command line again so i can disable certain things? i enabled the GUI "by default on bootup" and I'm sure that takes more pi resources even if i am not using it at all...

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    You can SSH to the Pi. With Windows you can use Putty and on Mac you can use the terminal.
    To SSH you can connect using:

    ssh octopi.local/ -l pi

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    I dont think i enabled ssh access unfortunately. i guess i'll just start over annd rewrite the image again...

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    Its enabled on install, so you wont need to start over to enable it.

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    Thanks! I'll double check!

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    Followed the links, read the instructions. I can access my OctoPi over the web via the default port 5000. But I can't get to the webcam to appear. I just see the "broken image/plugin" icon.

    Most instructions state that OctoPi is "already set up, don't touch it." I disagree ...

    Help?
    Last edited by MrFish; 02-06-2015 at 06:51 AM.

 

 

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