ln -s /usr/bin/gcc /usr/bin/ccache_cc
pip install -r requirements.txt
Some Unicode Fixed / User Role Fixed
sed -i 's/Häußge/H\./g' /root/OctoPrint-1.3.9/src/octoprint/util/comm.py
sed -i 's/Häußge/H\./g' /root/OctoPrint-1.3.9/src/octoprint/util/virtual.py
sed -i 's/Häußge/H\./g' /root/OctoPrint-1.3.9/src/octoprint/plugins/virtual_printer/virtual.py
sed -i 's/exit("You should not run OctoPrint as root!")/pass/g' /root/OctoPrint-1.3.9/src/octoprint/server/__init__.py
If has no error.
octoprint serve --iknowwhatimdoing &
Need Waiting Server to Start / console will show some infor & some warning information / Just Ignore
Use browser to connect
If connect Ok.
Now You can remove usb disk and connect to 3d printer.
Hey! instead of playing with 120V how about we pull some power off of your doorbell transformer which is usually hanging off the side of your panel or mounted beside it. Usually these suckers do 12V/16V/24V AC. You're safe, and the setup you're making is safe. now whatever you use to get 5v will be cheaper and smaller.
I finished pcb mounting.
Here is the some photo.
I developed capabilities.
4 relay output
4 open collector output
4 optocoupler input
16 GPIO pins with 3.3 volts and 5 volts support (PIC24FJ256106 MCU including remap pins)
12 GPIO pins OMEGA2+
6 User led (PIC)
2 User led (Omega2+)
USB Debug support (Omega2+)
USB Host Port (Omega2+)
USB Host / Client Port (PIC)
8K Eeprom (24C64)
XBee compatible socket (I am using HMTRP transceiver on HMTRP-XBee Shield)
@Tisham-Dhar Ah I misunderstood what you meant by "compile a custom spidev outside of the feeds/onion/python-spidev"
Yes, what you're doing is a good idea.
I would also suggest looking into the USE_SOURCE_DIR flag, it allows you to use/compile a local copy of the package source code. More info here.
@Maximilian-Gerhardt I was thinking to remove the jack and solder to the points. I didn't know about Ethernet ports having integrated transformers though. I found a close-up of the board and I see a transformer after, but it would be hard to know for sure without taking one apart.
Assuming the transformer is on the board and not the port, would that work?