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Issue with Cura's gcode not working with octoprint?


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Posted · Issue with Cura's gcode not working with octoprint?

This occurred all of a sudden, I'm getting an "internal server error" from Cura, when trying to upload gcode, it also fails when I try to upload a saved file to octoprint directly, so it doesn't seem to be an issue with Cura communicating with the server, and a test with same stl's sliced in slicer uploads/prints fine. The only change is a switch to a larger nozzle, but the problem doesn't seem to be the printer or octoprint, as both are functioning normally.

 

I have a feeling it's something in Cura's configuration, but can't figure it out. If anyone has any advice, that would great.

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    Posted · Issue with Cura's gcode not working with octoprint?

    Internal server error is generally used for when the server crashed during the handling of the request. It could be that the g-code does something to trigger it, but I'd say that the issue primarily is with the server.

     

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    Posted · Issue with Cura's gcode not working with octoprint?
    On 2/11/2021 at 3:40 PM, ahoeben said:

    The octoprint logs should include details about the server errors. If you post a link to them, so I can download them and have a look, perhaps we can see what is going on.

     

    It seems Cura wasn't allowed to put files in the upload folder. I changed the permissions, which seems to have resolved it.

     

    It's very strange, as it happen spontaneously, and only affected the gcode files made in Cura.

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