Please let me know if you'd like any additional info from me, and thanks very much.I too am having the same issue after updating to Octo Print version 1.3.2.No guarantees though, again, I couldn't actually test this. Then please read here on how to switch to the "Maintenance RCs" release channel, where Release Candidates for the next stable release are released on and you'll get an update notification for new RCs just like you get for stable releases :) Also either follow the Octo Blog or follow Octo Print on Twitter, G or Facebook - I always post release announcements for release candidates there (example), so you'll see when something new shows up.Btw, you can also follow the Octo Blog right from within Octo Print - go to Settings Since there is no fixed release out yet, I've disabled the plugin on the repository for now, with a link back to this ticket, see here.You have successfully installed Custom Firmware (CFW) on your PSP.Input your desired settings again and enjoy 5.00 M33 on your PSP.Edit - This is the output of the Octo Print log file after attempting to connect: 2017-03-17 ,224 - octoprint.printer.profile - WARNING - Profile invalid, missing keys.
Avoiding problems like this is the whole point of going through the hassle of release candidates in the first place, and it requires help from the community.
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Open the Memory Stick drive from your computer and copy EBOOT. (ms0:/) Go to PHAT folder in chick HEN R2 folder and copy file to the following directory on your PSP: /PSP/PHOTO/FAT (Create the directory if not available.
PBP from PSP_Firmware_503 folder to the following directory on your memory card: /PSP/GAME/UPDATE/ (Create the directory if not available. Make sure you name folders in CAPS) Open the SLIM folder from Chick HENR2 and Copy folder Chick HEN to the memory stick under: /PSP/PHOTO/ Copy RECOVERY folder from Hellcat’s Recovery Flasher folder to the following directory on your PSP memory Stick: /PSP/GAME/ Now it’s time to unplug your PSP from the computer and load Chick HEN R2.
@donovan6000 I didn't want to simply redirect installations through the repo to my fixed version without any feedback about that from you, so I opted for the only currently available "something's wrong with this one" approach for repo listings (new options for handling situations like this one will be in 1.3.3). I am running Octo Print 1.3.2 on a Raspberry Pi (generation 1 model B) (not Octo Pi installation but an ordinary Raspbian 8.0 jessie).