I've followed the klipper install guide here with a few minor changes.
The "make" command was returning "make: arm-none-eabi-gcc: Command not found" so I ran "apt install gcc-arm-none-eabi".
This seemed to almost work then I got a "dpkg: warning: files list file for package 'nodejs' missing". I ran the "sudo mv /var/lib/dpkg/info/nodejs.list ." command in the root and reran my make command in the klipper directory. this completed my make command.
I then flashed the micro-controller using the "http://your_raspberryPI_IP:8181" and got a "Transfer complete" and "closed!" return.
Now in Octoprint, the “/tmp/printer” refuses to show up in my Serial Port section even after adding it to "Additional serial ports".
I've restarted the PandaPIv2.9 several times and no dice. I also cant seem to locate the "/tmp/printer" directory on my Pi 3B+.
Raspberry Pi: 3B+
let me know if I should provide anything else.
Hi, the reason is that the klipper was not installed succesful when run
I found it do apt-get update failed, I fixed this problem by comment this line
in the install-octopi.sh, and then run again
I have almost the same problem, and I commented the line # sudo apt-get update, but I cannot flash the MCU.
The process worked flawlessly all the way through making the Menu. I installed the yellow jumper wire as shown, and the two jumpers as shown, double, triple, and quadruple checking pins and orientation.
I logged into "http://your_raspberryPI_IP:8181", clicked on "Run Klipper Mode" and it fails. I've tried it three times after checking code and jumpers. I've shut down my VPN, and it continues to fail. See attached snip with errors.
That worked! I'd recommend adding that information to the install document or updating the OS image of the PI so that future users don't run into the same issue and have to come here to find the solution. Thank you so much for your help, I very much appreciate it :D