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- Jun 9 2015, 11:00 AM (144 w, 3 d)
Jan 29 2018
@karrad Looks like you have the MOARStruder loaded there. This was with an Aerostruder where I saw it.
Dec 5 2017
This may be related (?): T964
I'm seeing the same thing. Basically, when you switch from "Standard" to "High Speed", it doesn't actually change the layer height, when it should.
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Jul 11 2017
Apple requires a ton of legal garbage to get a key. If we sign it, it implies that we are saying their insecure system is secure, which would be a disservice to our users.
Jul 8 2017
Jul 3 2017
As a side note, cura shouldn't need to be run as root. Applications that don't have to run as root it is better to have them run as the regular user. So sudo isn't needed. The user would have to be in the correct group that has access to the USB device, such as /dev/ttyACM0. In Debian, that is the "dialout" group.
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Jun 16 2017
We're going to push this one to devel for the Beta and note in the README in the directory:
Jun 15 2017
@huffray That build had a known issue that is fixed in the next revision to be pushed (fixed in 2.6.6 linux, but that is actually a slightly newer version with the patch).
Jun 13 2017
I was able to do a print with 2.6.6 on Debian Stretch.
Jun 12 2017
I did a patchlet around line 205:
May affect T939
May affect T939
To clarify: it looks like a USB connection is getting established. But the print isn't kicking off. It isn't looking for the wrong device, or not finding it or anything like that, afaict.
AFAICT, this isn't a USB issue, but a gcode issue.