I knew on the first (two) attempts that the Pi Zero W I had on had was underpowered but still gave it a try to connect my Prusa MK3S MMU. I mainly gave it a try because the Prusa blog has extensive information about making connecting it and setting it up -- and yet I still failed. The issue was that it would never connect consistently regardless of what the baudrate was set at.
Started from scratch with a 4GB Pi4. I'm certain the build is more stable and can handle the processing better, but I still am having issues getting Octopi to load on the computer. I'd appreciate ANY suggestions! Again on this new setup, I cannot get it to connect.
Since I can no longer use the Pi W connection to the board on the Prusa, I assume I need to connect to the square usb-b port on the board encloser...
- Is this the correct assumption?
- If not, do I need to connect to the Einsy board directly? [Pi 3 to Einsy]
- With either connection, is there any setup change I need to do on the octopi web interface?
My apologies for the noob questions, I assume you I've tried to research this as I don'toctoprint.log (120.6 KB) like asking for help.
Currently running OctoPrint 1.4.2