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  1. @Sandervg, about bold formatting: if i edit post with bad formatting, text become normal state. Another strange thing: if someone quote me on forum, in notifications i see two reminds about it. Looks like users posts publicate twice.
  2. Run these: sudo find / -path /var/ -prune -or -size +250M -print Whats size of /usr/bin/updatedb.mlocate?
  3. Try ps aux | grep mlocate and post results Maybe updatedb.mlocate process take too much space. If yes, just kill them
  4. @Sandervg, why in my last comment part of the text is bold? I don't use any formatting for these , just for the code part.
  5. Its pretty easy. Look at core dumps find / -xdev -name core -ls -o -path "/lib*" -prune Remove already installed packages apt-get autoremove --purge And clean outdated kernels, if they exist dpkg -l 'linux-*' | sed '/^ii/!d;/'"$(uname -r | sed "s/\(.*\)-\([^0-9]\+\)/\1/")"'/d;s/^[^ ]* [^ ]* \([^ ]*\).*/\1/;/[0-9]/!d' | xargs sudo apt-get -y purge nothing is every easy.. as soon as i try something with apt-get : E: Write error - write (28: No space left on device) Even sudo apt-get clean show these error?
  6. Its pretty easy. Look at core dumps find / -xdev -name core -ls -o -path "/lib*" -prune Remove already installed packages apt-get autoremove --purge And clean outdated kernels, if they exist dpkg -l 'linux-*' | sed '/^ii/!d;/'"$(uname -r | sed "s/\(.*\)-\([^0-9]\+\)/\1/")"'/d;s/^[^ ]* [^ ]* \([^ ]*\).*/\1/;/[0-9]/!d' | xargs sudo apt-get -y purge
  7. Wow, thats cool! Can we migrate a system to a sata drive without any loss of functionality or just using sd with more volume? It does not cause conflict of versions with subsequent update of Debian ? Is it possible to add new functionality to the Griffin using free GPIO?
  8. Here is an example of what I meant in relation to the functionality of the forum, and what I personally really miss: http://4pda.ru/forum/index.php?showtopic=717634 If you click on the link, you will find yourself on the largest russian forum about mobile devices. And in each thread there have a common style of the first post (or header) in which worn links to important comments, FAQ, and other important information relevant to the subject of the thread. The forum have the moderators of the sections who can update the header . It also can update the creator of the thread. And any user can find most imporant information in seconds using only these firt post in a thread.
  9. @Sandervg If using the current functionality of the forum, perhaps it makes sense to do a summary of the discussion in the form autosnowsledges list on the first page of the thread. Voting for inclusion in this list by "likes" . And make a separate pinned thread in each section of the forum, which will contain a list of important threads, and a separate basic article for beginners. Or, for beginners you can make a separate forum section with a concentrated knowledge about the main issues, as is done in the 3DVerkstan troubleshooting guide. No comments, just pure knowlege. @Titus It's a knowledge database, but of a higher level than the already in place getting started UM database. True. And since it's a higher level, the idea is not just another wiki, but courses with the help of which the user with a basic/average level will be able to unleash the full potential of printer, no matter what it would be UM2/2+ or new UM3.
  10. Hi @Sandervg! Something like this, yes, but more structured. Over the years the forum has grown to such an extent that to find detailed information about anything is difficult. For example: neotko's idea about sanding the surface with nozzle for better results is wonderful. But I never saw it if coming for a couple of weeks later. She would simply disappear from the dashboard and top headlines. (I don't want to slip in a repeat of discussions about the design, it became really better compared to what it was after changing the forum engine.) Ie there is, as Stephen king says "final verdict", that was current at every point in time. Like a Ultimaker's user Cookbook or something alike. And becose practice is a best teacher, i think courses is a really good opportunity to correct this situation. How to divide a complex model to avoid support? How to achieve high quality surface finish? The nuances of handling acetone bath? Creating custom supports at the modeling stage for higher quality? The list is long then proceed. The presence of a strictly structured and comprehensive answers, and the more, opportunity to practice to learn this can save users time (and money), and relieve the forum from similar questions.
  11. The curved case at the bottom says that it is not used any glue or capton tape. It makes sense to spend a couple bucks on it.
  12. Hi, gang! Important notice: I may now play the role of Captain Obvious, but the idea suggests itself. So if I'm behind the times, and such plans already exist, the moderators can remove the post without any hesitation. People, discussion with 9 pages about the new printer will last at least a couple of days, but the idea of courses on pumping skills working with the printer catched me so much, that i decided to create a separate thread about it. For those who missed all the fun: looking at the despair of professional designers who design the model and get something, who cause bleeding from the eyes and the helplessness of newbies who bought the printer and do not know what to do with it except printing stl's from the Internet i was born the idea of creating courses that help you get the most out of the printer. If you haven't seen this epic thread, and have a desire to read it, here it is. For some this may seem arrogant and stupid, because they have behind years of experience. But look at what you get now, and the best examples available in the community and on the Internet. And I'm not talking about those things that admirable, but unknown in virtue of NDA with the customer. They are. The difference in the face. The person who buys a musclecar, and had seen the work of the stuntmen in the movie, will not be able "to cut circles" in the gymkhana like Ken Block, whether he just got a driver's license, or went 20 years in ordinary family cars. This is not the question of the printer, this is the question of the skill of working with him. The idea is to combine the most successful experience of community in the design of the model and working with slicers for these two categories of users. Professionals will be able to save time, and as a result, earn more, and beginners. who can acquire basic skills, and not only download interesting models to print, but to create them. The difficulties that I see at the moment: First, the diversity of software, from Autodesk A360 to Inventor, Solidworks and a very highly specialized industry solutions. They have very different functions, the barrier to entry and, importantly, cost. With newcomers the problem can be solved by voting or by the appearance of the affiliate program with one of the developers to concentrate on the features of the program. With professionals is more complex trouble. The functionality of various CAD packages can vary greatly, and the development methodology too. Can also vary the area of professional application. Here, in my humble opinion, we need a focus group about their expectations, approach to design and the results obtained. Based on this survey will be to focus on preparing the course content. Most likely there will be several courses, each tailored to practice. Second, the lack of a ready-to-use platform for learning. Summer @SandervG voiced the idea of a platform for collaboration. I don't know at what stage it is now, but perhaps some groundwork can be used for the learning process. Third, the language barrier. Yes, english more or less fluently to communicate for all of us, but for courses it can be a serious obstacle due to the loss of focus. Probably the subtitles will help in the case of videolessons, or the help of the community with translation of cources into their native languages. I think it makes sense to invite to the thread @neotko, @nallath, @jonnybischof, @meduza, @rasputin and @foehnsturm. What do you think, guys? P.S. I don't know anyone from the educational forum threads, but I'm sure there are people who have something to say. I would be glad if someone can invite them here to discuss
  13. @rasputin I'll just leave this link here. Printed on a ordinary Prusa I3. https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:713815 Other works of the author also make the jaw fall to the floor. And Yes, I personally have never predicted that FDM printers will be used in mass production. It is a good tool for small series and prototyping with its well known limitations. A little offtopic too. As for the "liberalization of production", then I sincerely think this is the level of "the dance marathon on the Titanic" given the news about the global decline of transportation for many quarters. Both marine and rail. What about using 3D printing in the aerospace field or in the field of oil production, then I can only laugh out loud. For the properties of the metal used there, it is impossible to obtain the printer in any way at all. This "pulling little owl on the globe".
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