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dbvanhorn

Cura under Linux

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I have a Robo3D which works fine with my windows machine.

I am intending to move it to my Zotac linux box, (Fedora) which has Cura installed.

Unfortunately....

I have no evidence that Cura can communicate to the printer.

Cura knows if the printer isnt connected to the linux box. When I try to run the bed leveling wizard, Cura lets me know immediately that the printer isn't connected.

So I connect the printer, and then Cura searches forever (12 hours plus) and never connects to the printer.

What can I do

 

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Do you need the bed leveling wizard? Don't you have some other way to level your printer? I would skip the Cura leveling wizard which I've never used and probably only works on ultimaker machines.

 

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