OctoPrint reports "Your printer's firmware reported an error. Due to that, OctoPrint will disconnect. Reported error: Printer halted. kill() called!"
Your printer's firmware reported an error. Due to that OctoPrint will disconnect. Reported error: Failed to enable Bed Leveling. As it says there, it's the firmware that is running into a (non recoverable) error here. You need to either figure out why your firmware fails to enable bed leveling, or configure it so it doesn't try to perform bed leveling.
· This error occurs when you do not reset your printer EEPROM after updating the firmware. This should be done every time you update the firmware on your machine.
· I change the toolhead on the printer, walk back to my desktop, update the firmware, start preheating the extruder(s), slice the part I want to print, upload it, start the print, and then monitor progress for a few layers either remotely via the Pi camera or physically by walking back to the printer. I'm just trying to save the extra trip to the printer and back just to play with the LCD.
I looked into it further and read that it’s not an octoprint problem, but a firmware problem. So I looked up upgrading 2.0.0 to its latest edition 2.0.2. So I looked up upgrading 2.0.0 to its latest edition 2.0.2.
· This setting is checked by default because the errors usually sent by firmware also are errors that will have the firmware go into kill state, effectively disconnecting and shutting down everything from the firmware side until manually reset. There's nothing OctoPrint can still do in that mode, so cleaning up the now dead connection is usually the correct approach. Also in case of your mintemp error. There is no way to use your printer …
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