RaspberryPi 5 and Bookworm
About to embark on seeing if it works, so pre-checks for info here and any gotchas before I can play later today.
So I have a Pi5 and that needs Bookworm, I can't see much problem with the Pi itself as the OS does that job.
Has there been any Pi5 alpha or beta (RaspberryPi's bookworm/Pi5 point of view) testers have a go.
If so does it work.
What might be a problem. I would guess most would be bookworm problems if anything.
Python3.11, was that fixed?
It's way over powered for this job ;-)?
As a side does OctoPi have any test images also?
You might try using octoprint_deploy to install OctoPrint on the Bookworm OS. It worked for me on my Orange Pi 3B which is running Bookworm.
The only thing I've seen mentioned specifically is an issue with pydantic versions. Even after the 1.9.3 update to fix that for bullseye I think bookworm needed a slightly older version than that.
No not yet. I'll start testing as soon as I get my Pi 5 - which will be around the end of October
I installed Octoprint with Octoprint_deploy this weekend on a fresh install of bookworm.
Had zero issues with the install, and no issues with operation so far. This was on a Pi4. Pi5 shouldn't have any issues. Octoprint runs in Python, so the underlying interpreter still sees all the GPIO as it should, Etc..
There are now OctoPi nightly builds you can test and report if they are any good
I per-ordered a Pi5 here. But I have no idea when it will arrive.
Priority were delivered yesterday, so first to order will be soon.
So PiHUT UK for anyone using magpi/HackSpace codes have them now.
Pi5 documentation should be on Monday, at least that's what I was told on Friday.
Hopefully someone makes a plugin to read the voltages (and some current), which will be good to check for a good 5V input.
Dual camera for monitoring should be easier now OctoPi has put the effort in to move over. At least if you don't use a display though USB are on separate lanes now.
I didn't get the time to try the first deploy method, but will give OctoPi nightlies a go first as that's what people tend to use (I think?) on a Pi.
Also Pi Imager (v1.8) has been updated, so you might want to check the alterations for saying what works on what Pi. So Pi1/2 series don't get offered 64bit and probably recommend 64bit for Pi4&5.
there is no nightly bookworm build. Just the MD5 file.
Attempted the latest arm64 bookworm nightly (11/5) on a pi 5 and the OS boots, but Octoprint Server won't start. Patiently awaiting Pi 5 support.