What is the problem?
" This version of the Python environment is not supported for direct updates. "
I'm lazy and I don't want to have to tear my printer all apart just to get to the Raspberry Pi inside, yank it out, backup the current OctoPi configuration and then flash a new SD card, and wrestle with cramming it all back inside the printer, re-leveling the bed, etc.
What did you already try to solve it?
Ignore the problem - that didn't help...
serial.log or output on terminal tab at a minimum, browser error console if UI issue ... no logs, no support!)
I've been beating myself over the head with a Log, does that count?
Additional information about your setup (OctoPrint version, OctoPi version, printer, firmware, browser, operating system, ... as much data as possible)
- Python: 2.7.9 (you have: 2.7.9)
- pip: 9.0.3 (you have: 18.0)
- setuptools: 39.0.1 (you have: 5.5.1)
So, along with these message, it says:
This version of the Python environment is not supported for direct updates.
To reduce the likelihood of running into update problems in outdated environments, the following minimal versions are required to use this updater to update OctoPrint or any installed plugins:
So, is there any way to download, and install a new version of OctoPi on the Raspberry Pi FROM the Raspberry Pi (via SSH, like) so that I don't have to curse and scream while tearing my printer apart and putting it all back together again. I'd really like to not have the neighbors call the Cops on me again for disturbing the peace.
Dr. Says I need to reduce my stress levels as well before the veins in my temples explode turning the wall into a Jackson Pollock painting.