Putty is displaying an error

Putty displays this after I put in sudo raspi-config:


How should i fix this?

I have reflashed the card many times to try and fix it.

I'm using a raspberry pi 3 b+. I use windows 10

I'm very new to Octoprint. :slight_smile:

Hi @LiLBrisk!

Have you installed OctoPi onto the SD card?

I have flashed this OctoPrint.org - Download & Setup OctoPrint onto the card

When you flash the SD card with OctoPi, there should be no reason to fix anything.

Well im having trouble connecting to my pi through the interface so i thought this is why it was not working.

Do you connect by ethernet or by WiFi?

I connect with wifi.

https://gyazo.com/64bd94666107d2ab8da1872e4a705248 this is my error

I'm just a bit confused with the first line of your screenshot:

Do you want more lines before it ?

So you may share the logs as recommended when you opened this thread.

No I meant, who created this new partition.

Um. I dont know what that means. :I

The terminal output mentioned in the error message is the terminal within OctoPrint, not via SSH

How do i use SSH instead of the terminal within OctoPrint ? I used putty to do it.

You dont't need SSH.

Just follow the template when you edited the first post:

What is the problem?

What did you already try to solve it?

Logs ( octoprint.log , serial.log or output on terminal tab, browser error console ...)

Additional information about your setup (OctoPrint version, OctoPi version, printer, firmware, browser, operating system, ...)

We also need the information about the printer you use.
And the OctoPrint terminal is the tab that is named Terminal

I think LilBrisk means "I see this on the console when I use sudo raspi-config and choose the Advanced -> Expand... option".

This is roughly what you'd see after selecting that option and before rebooting at the end of your raspi-config session. (Reboot.)

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I see. Never got that far...

Yeah OutsourcedGuru is correct

So... nothing to see here, it's not an error, it's a standard set of console messages that happen when you run things in the raspi-config script.