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Klipper+Mainsail Install

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  1. Klipper+Mainsail Install, Download/Setup: adım 1, 2 resimden 1. Klipper+Mainsail Install, Download/Setup: adım 1, 2 resimden 2.
    • Download and extract the latest version of Mainsail from their Github

    • Open the Raspberry Pi Imager

    • Select Operating System > Use custom > Select the Mainsail OS you downloaded.

    • Select Storage > Select your SD.

    • Bring up the Advanced Settings menu by pressing "Ctrl + Shift + X".

    • Here you can setup your WiFi, locale, enable SSH and numerous other options.

    • Write > Yes to confirm

    • After imaging is complete the SD is automatically ejected. Insert it into the RPI and power it on.

  2. Klipper+Mainsail Install, Configuring Mainsail: adım 2, 2 resimden 1. Klipper+Mainsail Install, Configuring Mainsail: adım 2, 2 resimden 2.
    • With the Raspberry Pi connected to the Duet 2 WiFi via USB, power on the RPI and SSH into the Pi.

    • You can find the IP address of the Pi by looking at the connected client list in your router or by opening cmd.exe on your PC and running

    • ping mainsailos.local -4

    • In a webpage enter http://mainsailos.local or your printers IP address

    • Navigate to the Machine tab on the left.

    • Select Upgrade to update the RPI image and Update to install updates for Klipper, Mainsail and Moonraker. Once the updates are complete reboot the RPI

  3. Klipper+Mainsail Install, Factory Reset Duet 2 WiFi: adım 3, 1 resimden 1.
    • Originally when I wrote this guide I saw many sources say you do not need to manually erase the firmware when you configure the Duet 2 WiFi for Klipper for the first time. However there's been many cases that has proven false.

    • With the board powered off place a jumper on the erase pins.

    • Connect the USB cable from the Duet 2 WiFi to a 5v power source(your PCs USB Port).

    • Once the diag light comes on remove the jumper

    • Any firmware saved to the Duet has been erased.

  4. Klipper+Mainsail Install, Flash Duet 2 WiFi 1: adım 4, 1 resimden 1.
    • Connect the Duet 2 WiFi to the Pi with a USB cable. Power on the Pi and SSH into it.

    • cd klipper

    • make clean

    • make menuconfig

    • Micro-Controller > SAM3/SAM4 (Due and Duet)

    • Processor > SAM4e8e (Duet WiFi/Eth)

    • Communication Interface > USB

    • Press the escape key on your keyboard and enter Y to save the config

  5. Klipper+Mainsail Install, Flash Duet 2 WiFi 2: adım 5, 2 resimden 1. Klipper+Mainsail Install, Flash Duet 2 WiFi 2: adım 5, 2 resimden 2.
    • Enter make

    • Stop the Klipper service.

    • sudo service klipper stop

    • Get the Duet's serial ID # and copy it down.

    • ls /dev/serial/by-id/*

    • Enter "make flash FLASH_DEVICE=" and paste your serial after the =

    • If the flash fails usually this will place the board into a bootloader mode like original install does when you hit the erase pins. If this occurs please rerun ls /dev/serial/by-id/* so that you can get the correct serial

    • Enter make "flash FLASH_DEVICE=" and paste your serial your new serial after the =

  6. Klipper+Mainsail Install, Flash Linux CPU 1: adım 6, 1 resimden 1.
    • Make sure you're in the klipper directory:

    • cd ~/klipper/

    • Enter the following commands:

    • sudo cp ./scripts/klipper-mcu.service /etc/systemd/system/

    • sudo systemctl enable klipper-mcu.service

    • make clean

    • make menuconfig

  7. Klipper+Mainsail Install, Flash Linux CPU 2: adım 7, 3 resimden 1. Klipper+Mainsail Install, Flash Linux CPU 2: adım 7, 3 resimden 2. Klipper+Mainsail Install, Flash Linux CPU 2: adım 7, 3 resimden 3.
    • Micro-Controller Architecture > Linux Process. Press esc than Y

    • make

    • make flash

    • sudo service klipper start

    • Verify klipper_host_mcu is in the tmp directory with ls /tmp/*

    • Add the pi to the TTY group

    • sudo usermod -a -G tty pi

    • sudo reboot -h now

  8. Klipper+Mainsail Install, Loading Config: adım 8, 1 resimden 1.
    • Next we will go to a Web browser to the Pi's IP address. You will see an error for "Unable to open config file /home/pi/klipper_config/printer.cfg"

    • Download the printer.cfg file from github and upload it to the config directory

    • Open your newly created "printer.cfg". Scroll down to line 169. Make sure you update the config with your serial ID you got from "ls /dev/serial/by-id/*"

    • Double check the mcu rpi serial ID in line 181 maches "ls /tmp/*"

    • Click SAVE and restart the printer

  9. Klipper+Mainsail Install, Optional-Configure PS_ON: adım 9, 1 resimden 1.
    • If you use a separate 5v PSU for PS_ON You'll need to add the following lines

    • [output_pin psupower] pin: PD15

    • [gcode_macro M80] gcode: SET_PIN PIN=psupower VALUE=1

    • [gcode_macro M81] gcode: SET_PIN PIN=psupower VALUE=0

  10. Klipper+Mainsail Install, PanelDue 1: adım 10, 1 resimden 1.
    • PanelDue is compatible with Klipper but only with v1.24. Instructions can be found here

    • Connect the PanelDue to the RPI.

    • 5v > 5v

    • GND > GND

    • UART0 TX > DIN

    • UART0 RX > DOut

  11. Klipper+Mainsail Install, PanelDue Configuration 2: adım 11, 1 resimden 1.
    • SSH into the RPI.

    • sudo nano /boot/config.txt

    • At the bottom of the config file enter:

    • dtoverlay=pi3-miniuart-bt

    • Press Ctrl+X > Y to save > Enter to accept

  12. Klipper+Mainsail Install, PanelDue Configuration 3: adım 12, 1 resimden 1.
    • We need to disable the serial console

    • sudo nano /boot/cmdline.txt

    • Remove the following string

    • console=serial0,115200

    • Press Ctrl+X > Y to save > Enter to accept

  13. Klipper+Mainsail Install, PanelDue Configuration 4: adım 13, 1 resimden 1.
    • Disable serial console

    • Sudo raspi-config

    • 3 Interface Options > P6 Serial Port > No > Yes

    • Yes to reboot the RPI

    • Make sure you change the baud rate on the paneldue to 115200

    • There's also a number of configs that need to be added to your moonraker.cfg. Those details can be found here.

  14. Klipper+Mainsail Install, BLV Mainsail Theme: adım 14, 3 resimden 1. Klipper+Mainsail Install, BLV Mainsail Theme: adım 14, 3 resimden 2. Klipper+Mainsail Install, BLV Mainsail Theme: adım 14, 3 resimden 3.
    • Download the file and extract.

    • Under "machine" menu, click on the Gear icon and select the checkbox for "show hidden files".

    • Select "Create Directory".

    • In the name field enter “.theme” and select CREATE.

    • it has to be named as seen in the screenshot.

    • Select the newly created ".theme" folder. Upload all the files from the zip archive into .theme folder.

    • hit Ctrl+F5 and Enjoy.

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David Husolo

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Hello. I get this error: ls: cannot access '/dev/serial/by-id/*': No such file or directory

I tried to erase the board, i tried three different usb cables, i tried everything i could think of

Do you know a solution for this?

I use a Rpi 4 and a duet wifi board.

Thanks!

Emi - Yanıt

Did you use the Mainsail image from step 1?

David Husolo -

Hi David,

I was wondering if you can lead me to the right track .

I am completely new to mainsail/klipper.

i think i set up all that i should do but when i want to load a file it comes with an error message :
20:28:18

Unable to open file

when i enter this error in google it comes a lot of times with make sure you got the [virtual_sdcard] right.

I got the virtual card set as path: /home/pi/sdcard

in terminal: pi@Mainsail:~ $ ls

crowsnest  gcode_files  klipper  klipper_config  klipper_logs  klippy-env  mainsail  moonraker  moonraker-env  moonraker-timelapse  pi  printer_data  sonar

pi@Mainsail:~/pi $ ls

sdcard

so the directories are there.

it might be something else to look for but I am a bit lost in the solutions found on the world wide web.

i was used to use cura and prusa slicer and just send it to octoprint.

it might be that i have to use one of the macro's start print and or end print, just don't know how to use them at the moment.

Can you please get me back on the right track.

Regards,

Ronald

Ronald Peters - Yanıt

"[virtual_sdcard]" needs to be defined in printer.cfg like this:

[virtual_sdcard]

path: ~/gcode_files

If you continue to have issues please post your issues on the BLV Facebook page. I just updated my printer to the latest version of mainsail and I didn't receive any errors.

David Husolo -

Hi David,

I have solved my problem.

It needed to be changed in the mainsail.cfg and not in printer.cfg

kind regards,

Ronald

Ronald Peters - Yanıt

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