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Cura module configuration incomplete under Arch Linux (UM3NetworkPrinting is missing)

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No, it lacks something else that it needs to function. Could you please post the rest of the logs? It should show a bit more than this (eg; What did it fail to import?)


Thanks for your answer. I really tried to post the full log, but this forum rejected this because of "violating the house rules" ...

Ok. The full log can be downloaded here: https://www.logicway.de//transfer/Cura-Start-Crash.ArchLinux.20170205.log (hope that's ok for the house rules).



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Someone from the comunity made that package and forgot to include one of the libaries that is used by the network printing plugin. We don't officialy support arch linux (nor the package made from someone outside of UM).

One of my colleagues has reached out to them, but that's all we can do.

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