Hi, I have a 3D printer in which the printing proccess has to be done by streaming G-codes by the ethernet. Telnet channel works fine and the printing proccess runs without major issues. The problem is that I would like to use Duet3D Laser Filament Monitor. I know that it works with printing from the SD card, but printing from the card is not available in my case.
I have tried to modify the firmware by adding a custom M-code which executes StartPrinting(true) before I start streaming G-codes, but it hangs the board. Is there an easy way (or not that easy) to tell Duet3D that it is in printing state (and has to use filament monitor) while I'm sending G-codes by telnet?