Thank you! I just got my Ender 3 V2 yesterday and hopefully I can help out with the steps I used to copy the Ender3V2TempFix.py file from my Windows 10 machine to my OctoPi.
I am not very good with Linux at all and had my buddy walk me through the steps. There is probably an easier way, but this is how I did mine.
I actually used Windows PowerShell. First I downloaded the Ender3V2TempFix.zip file and extracted the Ender3V2TempFix.py to my desktop. Then I opened up Windows PowerShell and typed
I did this so I would be in the same directory as the extracted Ender3V2TempFix.py file.
Then I typed:
scp Ender3V2TempFix.py email@example.com:/home/pi
I guess I could have put the file directly into the .octopi/plugins directory, but my buddy didn't know if the permissions would be right. So he said we'd copy the file from the home directory to the plugins directory after we SSH into OctoPi. Your address might be firstname.lastname@example.org
Then I ssh'd into OctoPi by typing:
My last step was to copy Ender3V2TempFix.py from the Home directory to the .octoprint/plugins directory by typing:
cp Ender3V2TempFix.py .octoprint/plugins
The temp didn't work after restarting the system, so I shut down everything unplugged the power supply and plugged it back in and everything worked perfectly!
Thanks again for this wonderful community!