I cant get octoprint to automatically boot up like it does when to install the octoprint image on a raspberry pi.
I started by installing CB1_Debian11_bullseye_minimal_kernel5.16_20220929.img.xz from the BTT github.
then I followed installation instructions from 3d printscape by Rob
I can get octoprint to run using ~/OctoPrint/venv/bin/octoprint serve. But if I shut down putty or my computer goes to sleep octoprints loose connection to the server.
I ran the sudo service octoprint start and this is what I get
(venv) biqu@BTT-CB1:~/OctoPrint$ sudo service octoprint start
Job for octoprint.service failed because the control process exited with error code.
See "systemctl status octoprint.service" and "journalctl -xe" for details.
(venv) biqu@BTT-CB1:~/OctoPrint$ systemctl status octoprint.service
● octoprint.service - The snappy web interface for your 3D printer
Loaded: loaded (/etc/systemd/system/octoprint.service; enabled; vendor pre>
Active: failed (Result: exit-code) since Sun 2022-10-02 06:40:33 UTC; 17s >
Process: 31371 ExecStart=/home/pi/OctoPrint/venv/bin/octoprint (code=exited>
Main PID: 31371 (code=exited, status=203/EXEC)
Oct 02 06:40:33 BTT-CB1 systemd: Starting The snappy web interface for your >
Oct 02 06:40:33 BTT-CB1 systemd: octoprint.service: Failed to locate exe>
Oct 02 06:40:33 BTT-CB1 systemd: octoprint.service: Failed at step EXEC >
Oct 02 06:40:33 BTT-CB1 systemd: octoprint.service: Main process exited, cod>
Oct 02 06:40:33 BTT-CB1 systemd: octoprint.service: Failed with result 'exit>
Oct 02 06:40:33 BTT-CB1 systemd: Failed to start The snappy web interface fo>
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What did you already try to solve it?
multiple different installation instructions this is the furthest I have got. I don't have much experience with Linux
It looks like the service file references octoprint being installed for the pi user (ie: in /home/pi/octoprint), but you seem to have it installed for the biqu user (ie: in /home/biqu/octoprint). You will have to edit the .service file accordingly.
I think I understand better what the situation is, and what you did was a bit different to the OP in that case.
I thought that the image you had from BTT was one with OctoPrint pre-installed, however the OP had actually followed some 3rd party install guide and then never replied when it was suggested to use the official guides.
In the issue above, they have not followed a step to change the usernames from pi to whatever their username was. If you have done that, you probably have a different issue and it might be best to open your own topic for the different problem instead of the OPs.