Fra Bitraf
Revisjon per 22. nov. 2019 kl. 00:00 av Tingo (diskusjon | bidrag) (Setup a SD card: fixed a spelling error)
(diff) ← Eldre revisjon | Nåværende revisjon (diff) | Nyere revisjon → (diff)
Hopp til navigering Hopp til søk

Tilbake til OctoPrint.

Testing av OctoPrint.

Manual installation

Setup a SD card

Download Raspbian Lite (currently Raspbian Buster Lite[1]) and put onto a SD card (or microSD card if that is what your Raspberry Pi requires).

Before putting the SD card into the Pi, do the following changes

  • allow ssh by creating a file named 'ssh' on the boot partition (cd to mountpoint of boot partition, then do touch ssh)
  • mount the rootfs partition and change the hostname (default is raspberrypi) by editing the files etc/hostname and etc/hosts (only the line with the same name ('raspberrypi')on that partition. The name will show up on the network as hostname.local, so use hostname-print for example (shows up on the network as hostname-print.local). If you mount it on a machine running Linux, you can use sudo vi etc/hostname, and sudo nano etc/hosts to edit the files.

Initial setup

Insert the SD card into your Pi, connect it to a network and power it up. From your machine, you can find out when the machine is available on the network with Wikipedia:ping (networking utility), example ping hostname-print.local.

ssh into the machine (ssh pi@hostname-print.local) withnthe default user and password.

  1. change the password: passwd
  2. check if the user is a member of the required groups, if not, add it. sudo usermod -a -G tty pi, sudo usermod -a -G dialout pi.

OctoPrint install

OctoPrint needs a few things installed before you can install it.

install prerequisites

sudo apt update
sudo apt install python-pip python-dev python-setuptools python-virtualenv git libyaml-dev build-essential

install OctoPrint

This install is done as the user that OctoPrint should run as.

mkdir OctoPrint
cd OctoPrint
virtualenv venv
source venv/bin/activate
pip install pip --upgrade
pip install octoprint

Start OctoPrint manually

To start OctoPrint manually, log in as the user and do ~/OctoPrint/venv/bin/octoprint serve. When you want to end the OctoPrint server, use Ctrl-C to stop it.

the OctoPrint server is available on port 5000, example http://hostname-print.local:5000/

OctoPrint config files

OctoPrint config files lives in ~/.octoprint.

config.yaml (and config.backup)

Printer profiles


there are other directories and files in the ~/.octoprint directory too.