What is the problem?
As per title.
What did you already try to solve it?
Tried installing the fix plugin for Genius plugin. Tried removing Genius plugin.
Have you tried running in safe mode?
octoprint-systeminfo-20231011191714.zip (57.7 KB)
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OctoPrint 1.6.1 Python 2.7.16 OctoPi 0.17.0
I see that you installed the plugin, but it seems like it didn't do anything. At least there is no output in the logs.
Please try it manually
Alternatively, you can also uninstall the offending module through the command line via
pip uninstall logging.
SSH into your Pi (username: pi, default password: raspberry)
~/oprint/bin/pip uninstall logging
The update should then run through.
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I will also note that this issue upgrading
only occurs on old Python 2 installs. 1.7.3 is nowhere near the latest OctoPrint version because you are running on an old, now unsupported OS setup. You should upgrade to make sure that you are using Python 3.
[OctoPrint 1.8.0 no longer supports Python 2, upgrading should be done as soon as possible!]
If you are still running Python 2 and using OctoPrint 1.7x, you will see warnings like this:
[You are still running Python 2 warning]
You need to upgrade your OctoPrint install to use Python 3, as Python 2 is end-of-life and OctoPrint 1.8.0 and later no longer supports running using Python 2. In addition, there's at least 75 plugins that already don't support Python 2 and more will follow, that you w…
I am unable to login to ssh as the user/pass is not being accepted.
Which ones did you use?
Standard credentials for OctoPi are
pi/raspberry - as long you did not change them.
I am using
I do not recall if they were ever changed, but I doubt it.
I hope this way still works
Take the SD card out, put it in a card reader. Create a file octopi-password.txt on it, containing a new password as it's only line. Unmount, boot, login with the new password.
Put that in ages ago for cases liked this and for easier provisioning. Should hopefully still work.
If it doesn't work try this
Forgetting your password is never a good experience, especially when it's the main password, the one to unlock your operating system. But no worries, there are different ways to recover it (or rather reset it),
But if I were you I would backup OctoPrint via the backup and restore feature and just flash a fresh OctoPi version onto the sd card. Your OctoPi version is pretty old and outdated.