I have a Prusa i3 mk3 and if i print one g-code file from the internal SD card it works great.
If I print the same g-code file from octoprint it inserts a filament change every x meters of filament.
I can't find the M600 command in the g-code file that tells the Prusa i3 mk3 that a filament change should be done.
But if I look at the Terminal windows it says:
Send: N68730 G1 X164.153 Y49.733 E0.517798
Send: N68731 G1 X163.989 Y49.755 E0.0046109
Recv: echo:Enqueing to the front: "G1 E-3 F200"
Recv: echo:Enqueing to the front: "G1 E3 F200"
Recv: echo:Enqueing to the front: "M600"
Recv: echo:busy: processing
So suddenly a M600 is inserted by Octoprint, but WHY?
OctoPrint 1.3.9 running on OctoPi 0.15.1
Running an a raspberry PI 3
So what could be the problem?