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  1. I ran the compatibility troubleshooter, and it recommended applying Windows 8 compatability settings. With those settings in place, the application launches successfully. Is there anything I can provide which would help identify the cause of this issue?
  2. I just posted a thread for a similar issue I'm having, take a look and see if yours might be the same thing:
  3. A new version of the plugin is required, see here:
  4. I've installed Cura 4.2.0 on 2 computers, and can't get it to work on either one. The first time I launch it, the splash screen loads, and hangs at 'Updating configuration.' If I kill the process and try to launch Cura again, the icon appears briefly on the taskbar then disappears. I get no splash screen, and the only way I know that it's running is that cura.exe is still listed in task manager. Both computers are running Windows 10 v1903 x64. One of the computers had Cura 4.1 on it previously, which was uninstalled automatically when prompted by the Cura 4.2.0 installer. The other computer did not have a prior version of Cura. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Edit: Cura.log attached. The last lines of the log are: 2019-07-31 09:47:10,075 - DEBUG - [MainThread] UM.Backend.Backend._logSocketState [171]: Socket state changed to Listening 2019-07-31 09:47:11,708 - INFO - [MainThread] UM.Backend.Backend.startEngine [81]: Started engine process: C:\Program Files\Ultimaker Cura 4.2\CuraEngine.exe 2019-07-31 09:47:11,715 - DEBUG - [MainThread] UM.Backend.Backend._backendLog [101]: [Backend] Calling engine with: ['C:\\Program Files\\Ultimaker Cura 4.2\\CuraEngine.exe', 'connect', '127.0.0.1:49674', ''] cura.log
  5. I was able to successfully compile from commit d7d9b5b9a4a5aa6b138a3fa1e3c19b2f5f50f5bd.
  6. I'm building a new Octoprint server on Raspberry Pi. When I last built one in March, I was able to clone CuraEngine and compile it without issue, but it seems that some updates since then have made it so it won't compile anymore. When I run 'make', I get the following error: cc1plus: error: unrecovnized command line option '-std=c++11' It looks like that command line option was added in the makefile in a commit on April 7th. Searching online, I found that this option requires GCC 4.7. I installed gcc4.7 and added it to 'update-alternatives' and selected it. Now the compile seems to get further, but eventually fails. Here's the tail end of the output: g++ build/bridge.o build/comb.o build/gcodeExport.o build/infill.o build/inset.o build/layerPart.o build/main.o build/optimizedModel.o build/pathOrderOptimizer.o build/polygonOptimizer.o build/raft.o build/settings.o build/skin.o build/skirt.o build/slicer.o build/support.o build/timeEstimate.o build/modelFile/modelFile.o build/utils/gettime.o build/utils/logoutput.o build/utils/socket.o -o build/CuraEngine -Lbuild/ -lclipper --static -flto /tmp/cciy4tHy.s: Assembler messages: /tmp/cciy4tHy.s:69: Error: bad immediate value for offset (4096) lto-wrapper: g++ returned 1 exit status /usr/bin/ld: lto-wrapper failed collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status make: *** [build/CuraEngine] Error 1 I think next up I'm going to clone a version of CuraEngine from before April 7th and try to compile it, just to confirm that the problem isn't something else on this system that I've overlooked. If anyone has suggestions they can offer to help get this working, I'd appreciate hearing them. Thanks! Thanks!
  7. @Kenzu Thanks for the detailed suggestion. I looked at that yesterday, but I don't know anything about the different requirements to build a package for arm vs x86. Fortunately, based on Daid's post, it looks like I probably don't need to go through that, and can just go with Cura Engine instead. @nallath I appreciate the reply, but I am certainly not the person you would want to write a build script, I haven't the understanding or skill set to do it right. I came here asking for help simply because I have seen many people mention using Cura on a pi (with or without octoprint), but didn't see any documentation for how to do so. I was hoping that I was either overlooking the documentation I needed, or that an experienced user who uses Cura on Pi would be able to point me in the right direction. I didn't expect you to drop everything to add support for another platform, of course. @Daid That is good to know. I've seen mention of cura engine a couple of places in relation to octoprint, but it appeared as an option - i.e. ". . . with Cura or Cura Engine" - so I hadn't looked into it any further. Hopefully knowing the correct software to use will enable me to figure things out. Thanks everyone for the responses, it's always good to get a reply, even if it's just something that might point someone in the right direction.
  8. I have Octoprint running on a Raspberry Pi to control my printer. I'd like to enable the Cura integration features to be able to slice via the octoprint interface, but I haven't found any instructions for installing Cura on a Pi. I see debian packages for i386 and amd64 on the download page, but no mention of an ARM version. What do I need to do to install cura under raspbian?
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