Prior to the following firmware upgrade, I was able to send gcode commands thru the octoprint terminal. I upgraded the firmware in my Ender 5 Plus. I used the files from the creality website and it included the update for the screen as well. I think the update was successful based on the fact that the screen did update and the firmware number did update as well. The screen does have format issues where some of the languages are in several different languages.
I am able to connect to the printer via USB and control it using pronterface. I can send the gcodes thru without any issues. When I connect via Octoprint, I am able to send a G503 command and will get the info displayed in the terminal. I can send a G500 and that seems to work as well. But when I try to send a third command nothing happens.
I tried to run in safe mode, but I get the same results.
I tried running in different browsers.
No, I received the same results.
octoprint-systeminfo-20230430155826.zip (483.6 KB)
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Raspberry Pi 4 Model B
Octoprint Version 1.8.7
Chrome Version 112.0.5615.138 (Official Build) (64-bit)
Printer: Ender 5 Plus
Firmware: Ender-5 PlusMarlin1.1.6-HW-V2.2-SW-V1.70.3BLTouchMulti0411
Printer Mainboard: V2.2
Slicer used for firmware update: Creality Slicer version: 4.8.2-279
Normally use Cura Slicer for day to day work.
Appreciate any help or suggestions.