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Hi everybody,

Is there any documentation for the developer mode of Ultimaker 3?

I use Linux all the time, but the Linux version on UM3 does not let me do much, at least, I don't know how to use it. I only found a post from @Daid ( https://ultimaker.com/en/community/23428-inside-the-ultimaker-3-day-5-developer-mode-linux-systemd ) which I could not use it.

My problem is that after I ssh to the 3D printer, I only have few limited options: (exec, exit, get, help, list, select, set, and sendgcode). I don't know how to actually run Linux commands there. For instance, right now I am trying to set a static IP for my UM3. I know how to do it on a desktop distribution of Linux, but I cannot run any similar command on the version of Linux installed on UM3.

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If its really is Debian (jessie build), then static IP assignment might be as easy as:

 

nano /etc/dhcpcd.conf

 

Then add these lines to the bottom:

 

interface eth0static ip_address=192.168.1.3/24static routers=192.168.3.1.1static domain_name_servers=8.8.8.8 8.8.4.4

 

interface is what's connected to your network (eth0, wlan0, etc). Use:

 

ifconfig

 

To see which interface name has an IP address.

static ip_address is what you want to assign to your Ultimaker (you'll usually keep the /24 netmask)

static router is the IP address of your router.

static domain_name_servers is optional if your router doesn't provide them, or you want to use specific ones (these are Google's)

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I think the key point is: login as "root" (same password as the ultimaker user). Good luck, and if you've managed the static IP thing... a step-by-step docu would be very nice... :)

Thanks ... This solved my issue in the connection and running linux commands. It is weird that it was not mentioned anyplace online to do that.

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If its really is Debian (jessie build), then static IP assignment might be as easy as:

nano /etc/dhcpcd.conf

Then add these lines to the bottom:

interface eth0
static ip_address=192.168.1.3/24
static routers=192.168.3.1.1
static domain_name_servers=8.8.8.8 8.8.4.4

interface is what's connected to your network (eth0, wlan0, etc). Use:

ifconfig

To see which interface name has an IP address.

static ip_address is what you want to assign to your Ultimaker (you'll usually keep the /24 netmask)

static router is the IP address of your router.

static domain_name_servers is optional if your router doesn't provide them, or you want to use specific ones (these are Google's)

I will try this approach tomorrow. If it works, I will share it here.

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