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- Oct 13 2015, 9:16 AM (201 w, 3 h)
@Galadriel , also I don't understand why flashing is working for them, but connection is not, because flashing is done via serial port.
@Galadriel , we'll need a log file from Cura in order to try to figure out why this is happening.
Fri, Aug 16
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Wed, Aug 7
@hanna , Merged to master.
Tue, Aug 6
@stochswarm : We're building debian packages on Buster for this Ubuntu version. There is no libreadline8 in it. Could you please try to install this package https://packages.debian.org/buster/libreadline7 first and see if it will fix the dependency problem?
@Yahuba , seems like the first connection attempt failure was fixed? Closing this ticket.
@Solarus, thanks for your report. Closing this ticket as resolved.
Mon, Aug 5
@victor_larchenko , Could you please have a look at why and where WIN 10 is storing the previous version?
Merged to master.
@victor_larchenko : Works perfect for me. Thanks! Merged to master.
@Solarus , this is supposed to be fixed in v3.6.18. Could you please try this version?
Wed, Jul 31
@bmh, good to hear that the issue was fixed, the ticket was merged to master, so closing it.
Tue, Jul 30
Mon, Jul 29
The issue seems to be with your OpenGL driver, because it Can't find radeonsi. I don't think it's Cura problem.