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OctoPi 0.14.0 RC2 status #367

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guysoft opened this Issue Jun 18, 2017 · 8 comments

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guysoft commented Jun 18, 2017

Please try the release candidate.
Download it at:
https://storage.googleapis.com/octoprint/2017-06-18_2017-04-10-octopi-jessie-lite-0.14.0.zip
md5:
https://storage.googleapis.com/octoprint/2017-06-18_2017-04-10-octopi-jessie-lite-0.14.0.zip.md5

It is built against Raspbian 2017-04-10 (Release Notes)

Changes in the image

  • Added note to /root/bin/webcamd to use octopi.txt for configuration

  • Added note to octopi-network.txt for Mac OS X users to not use Textedit/properly configure Textedit

  • Added note with further instructions on usage to boot and login screen

  • Allow configuration of mulitple wifi networks via octopi-wpa-supplicant.txt

  • Better "service not running" error pages

  • Enabled SSH by default (we usually run headless, disabling it is not an option)

  • Updated stock config.yaml and init script for OctoPrint to 1.3.0+

  • Updated install-desktop script to only pull in needed packages

  • Fixes:

    • Prevent NTP updates from failing on RPi3 wifi (#327)
    • Prevent weird SSH issues on RPi3 (#294])
    • Prevent duplicate X-Scheme headers in haproxy (#239)
    • Workaround for an issue with recent pip versions and pyasn1 (#276)
  • RC2 changes:

    • Service file to fix symlink for wpa_supplicant.conf #337
    • Custom webroot & disabled controls for webcam server #359

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In 0.13.0 we promised new variant for more arm devices support. The has been a achieved with the new Armbian variant. With it, all the devices listed here support OctoPi, but since we didn't get a call for a specific device, we are not maintaining a build at the moment.

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huelvayork Jun 22, 2017

Hi. I'd like to test the armbian variant. Where can I get it?

Hi. I'd like to test the armbian variant. Where can I get it?

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There is no build because there are 40+ different Armbian images. What device are you using?

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guysoft commented Jun 22, 2017

There is no build because there are 40+ different Armbian images. What device are you using?

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huelvayork Jun 22, 2017

It's an orange pi zero.

It's an orange pi zero.

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Do you want to build one yourself?

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guysoft commented Jun 22, 2017

Do you want to build one yourself?

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huelvayork Jun 22, 2017

I can try to build it from within Ubuntu. Just not sure if the instructions are correct (download raspbian_latest?)

I can try to build it from within Ubuntu. Just not sure if the instructions are correct (download raspbian_latest?)

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guysoft Jun 23, 2017

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Download the that corresponds to the base image of your device.
Since you have an Orange Pi Zero its: https://dl.armbian.com/orangepizero/Ubuntu_xenial_default.7z
Taken from: https://www.armbian.com/orange-pi-zero/
You might need to re-package the image in to a zip so it could be read.

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guysoft commented Jun 23, 2017

Download the that corresponds to the base image of your device.
Since you have an Orange Pi Zero its: https://dl.armbian.com/orangepizero/Ubuntu_xenial_default.7z
Taken from: https://www.armbian.com/orange-pi-zero/
You might need to re-package the image in to a zip so it could be read.

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guysoft Jun 25, 2017

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Raspberrypi foundation released a new distro during our RC2. So there is an RC3 now at #371

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guysoft commented Jun 25, 2017

Raspberrypi foundation released a new distro during our RC2. So there is an RC3 now at #371

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mod38 Jun 25, 2017

I have been using RC2 for the last few days with no problems, I'll download RC3 now.
My main comment is that I like to work with a fixed IP address so I still edit wpa_supplicant.conf and dhcpcd.conf to set that up just as I do on a normal full Raspbian.

mod38 commented Jun 25, 2017

I have been using RC2 for the last few days with no problems, I'll download RC3 now.
My main comment is that I like to work with a fixed IP address so I still edit wpa_supplicant.conf and dhcpcd.conf to set that up just as I do on a normal full Raspbian.

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