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So I abandoned my build for about a year because life got in the way….

My bbp1s is wired to the printer, with LCD cape, and i can connect to the printer via WiFi, I think I'm logged in to octoprint - it doesn't show connected to the printer, but I don't have any error codes so I think i logged in correctly from my old notes.

But…

I can't seem to get octoprint to really do anything. Options?

I was thinking of just flashing the firmware but have a question: can I just jump right to the last version,. 0.98, I think, or do I need to reload 0.90, and then all the patches, etc up to the final one?

What about my password? Technically didn't get an error, so I think its right, is there a way to just start over?

Roger

Getting things going again by kolasinskikolasinski, 16 Mar 2017 04:33

This was a silly mistake by me but only found after I examined the HTML code when pressing clicking the button on the firmware update screen. Basically, that button has a check to see if Octoprint is connected and talking to the actual motion control firmware portion. If you fail to hit connect on the main screen, what happens is clicking on the settings, then firmware, update page, then update firmware button does nothing and gives you no error message.

If you properly connect first, then it allows the button to open a window where you select the file.

Hope this simple tip helps others.

Taking into account the level of commitment with the final product of the team that developed this project, I honestly do not believe that even technically have some credibility that deserve to invest some time to fix what needs to be done.

If, BBP has, "died" is there any chance we can get access to the BBP intellectual property so that the open source community can replicate both the software and the hardware?

Thx, tom.c

Working after trying with debian 0.97 and using USB Gadget instead of Ethernet….

Can you share a link please!

Re: Flash Fastbot Board by Anthony CruzAnthony Cruz, 29 Nov 2016 11:48

Hi,

i put the firmware on the SD-Card and put it into the BBP1S Board then it flashes the new firmware.

Re: Flash Fastbot Board by nighteagle74nighteagle74, 11 Nov 2016 11:17

Has anyone been able to compile the code on GitHub and reflash a board?

Flash Fastbot Board by GM EngineerGM Engineer, 09 Nov 2016 16:17

I believe its updated when you flash a new firmware, I couldn't find a way to make any modifications in the Octoprint server.Although it would be great to do so considering the fastbot3d team wont be doing anything further.

Re: update Octoprint by Parth PanchalParth Panchal, 25 Oct 2016 19:05

Is-it possible to update Octoprint ?

Thanks.

Ludis

update Octoprint by ludisnetludisnet, 22 Oct 2016 23:11

Hi,
I have a BBP 1S with a LCD cape.
I'm using a MK3 ALU heatbed and a Autonics PSN17-8DNU (NPN) Sensor for Autobed leveling.
I have connected the sensor just as you mentioned in FAN #6, the auto bed leveling works perfectly, but the moment i start a print, after the nozzle heats up, the printer does try to print the curves correctly, but it looks as if the X and Y axes keep shifting to the negative side and the toolhead finally bashes into the walls.

To Solve this, i thought its the triggered sensor while printing causing the problem.So i after running G29 i removed the supply to the sensor and now it prints perfectly.But i have to connect the sensor and disconnect before every print.
I also tried adding G31 and G32 to the start gcode but it dosent make a difference.

Please I stuck at this since a week.Anyhelp is greatly appretiated!

Hi,
I have a BBP 1S with a LCD cape.
I'm using a MK3 ALU heatbed and a Autonics PSN17-8DNU (NPN) Sensor for Autobed leveling.
I have connected the sensor just as you mentioned in FAN #6, the auto bed leveling works perfectly, but the moment i start a print, after the nozzle heats up, the printer does try to print the curves correctly, but it looks as if the X and Y axes keep shifting to the negative side and the toolhead finally bashes into the walls.

To Solve this, i thought its the triggered sensor while printing causing the problem.So i after running G29 i removed the supply to the sensor and now it prints perfectly.But i have to connect the sensor and disconnect before every print.
I also tried adding G31 and G32 to the start gcode but it dosent make a difference.

Please I stuck at this since a week.Anyhelp is greatly appretiated!

sold by Nuker-Nuker-, 12 Oct 2016 20:16

As I haven't been able to get in touch with baker-d or truby zong since about a month before the announcement, I have no clue of for how long these forums and wiki will stay up..

As in my final mail in dialogue with baker-d, I asked for admin access for wiki & forum, that never got replied to, I have no acess to anything, much less the database dump of neither forum or wiki to secure in order to relocate info to new project home location.

I'm rather busy pursuing some businiss opportunities related to this nowadays, but will start on porting fastbot3d software to beaglebone replicape hopefully starting today.

Meanwhile I would really appreciate if someone more web & sql savy would be willing to do me the favour of making backups of fastbot3d.com, wiki.fastbot3d.com & forums.fastbot3d.com?

If that someone or anyoneelse would like to take responsibility for these as well, even better!

Will hopefully have interesting news to publish shortly! :)

actually, I'll might just as well buy both of the boards (or if any others) offered here, you can reach me at proyvind <at> gmail.com. :)

While I've been set back a bit by broken boards, in need of acquiring one of from others on the forum etc., I'm still planning on porting kernel stuff to 4.4 kernel, just a bit difficult issue at the moment…

None the less, I'm just about to head out and pick up the latest revision of Replicape: thing-printer. com/product/replicape/

Porting the unicorn software and other software parts to, should be an easier task to finish quickly, so hopefully people who's grown to rely on either their bbp boards or it's firmware, I'm planning on making sure that their current boards will still be of use and supported, while people buying a Replicape in stead, can still expect to find the same firmware functionality on this board as well.

David Fruehwald , I'd like to buy your board. :)

70 is what I payed for it the second time around the block.

The reason I want to sale is simple…NO MORE SUPPORT AND FIRMWARE UPDATES!!!!

And to be totally honest…help from forum members is practically nill!

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