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Cura erkennt unter Linuux meinen 3D Drucker nicht an

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Hallo,

 

Ich hab gestern auf meinen alten Lenevo S205 (10 Jahre alt, wurde aber kaum genutzt) Linux Mint installiert weil unter Windows das alte Schätzchen ziemlich langsam war. Da der Rechner noch brauchbar ist, wollte ich den Rechner als Station zum 3D Drucker nutzen. Sprich ich will über Cura per USB drucken. Allerdings ekennt Cura meinen 3D Drucker nicht, die Treiber sind wohl richtig instaliert, da der 3D Drucker unter dem Befehl "lsusb" aufgelistet wird.  Ich muss dazu sagen, dass ich ein neuling im Linux Bereich bin.

 

Lenovo S205 mit Linux Mint 64Bit

Tevo Tarantula mit Ardunio Broad und Marlin Firmware

Cura 3.2.1

 

Vielen Danl für ihre Hilfe

liebe Grüße

Fordsierra88

 

 

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