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Posted · Cura auf dem Pi 4 mit 4GB ?

Ich habe davon was gelesen

Das letzte mal glaube ich hier irgendwo



In der README.md Datei steht folgendes

  • The Linux armhf AppImages are built on Raspbian GNU/Linux 10 (yes, really!). Known issues are:

    • It's a 32 bit build (to match the current Rasbian system).

    • Due to the version of OpenGL that is supported, the layer display is limited to compatibility mode.

    • Also due to the legacy OpenGL support, the new "orientate selected face downwards" feature is not available.

    But, hey, it runs on a PI 4 and can slice a benchy, what more do you need?

    Since 2020/02/08 I'm building using GLES rather than desktop OpenGL because the PI 4 provides better support for that. I'm hoping that in the future it will support GLES version 3.2 and then it may be possible to use the prettier layer view and not use compatibility mode.


    Make sure your PI 4 has the libgles-dev package installed (sudo apt-get install libgles-dev).




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