@Danal said in Setting tool offset using USB microscope:
@tekstyle said in Setting tool offset using USB microscope:
(not connected to the duet2. not sure how i would do it).
You can't. Don't connect it. It is really a stand-alone PI, just happens to be built with the Duet image as a start.
i followed this tutorial to set up duetpi on raspberry pi 3. took out the card and put it into the raspberry pi. powered it up, all i get is an endless list of EXT4-fs error lines after line. been doing this for the past 2 hours. not sure if I did something wrong?
Followed the Duet "etch" tutorial? And edited wpasupplicant.conf? And did NOT format when windows complained about the card after etching?
That last bit is the most important. The card is partitioned, with a windows readable "boot" partition and a much larger Linux partition. Windows tries to assign a drive letter to that Linux partition, balks, and asks to format it. Which you must always decline,
EXT4-fs is the file system that windows doesn't like, and asks to format. That certainly seems to relate to those error messages.
Yup. I followed the tutorial on duet exactly. Only thing was inside the boot partition, it already contained a wpasupplicant.conf file. I Openned itnin notepad and editted it with my ssid and PW. Pulled the card out and popped it in to the rpi. Then powered it up. Will try again tonight