I've recently had to upgrade to F33, and the associated releases of freeCad
While trying v4.7.1 of Cura (for the first time), I've loaded an STL file
and told it
to slice. When done, I copied the gcode to my USB, and started my (Anet
going. I saw it start the first layer in a completely different manner
than I was
used to (with the Cura I had with F26), so I wanted to see it layer by
I presume, that's what the 'preview' function now does.
When I click it, Cura crashes.
Eventually, some kind of Fedora crash reporter pops up, and its details
reason python3.9 killed by SIGSEGV
crash_function QQukckItem::setSize(QSizeF const&)
Sadly the crash reporter tells me I can't report it with the log:
--- Running report_uReport ---
Server responded with an error: 'uReport data is invalid.'
('report_uReport' exited with 1)
So I've got two issues.
(P.S. Merry Christmas)
On 12/1/20 8:34 PM, Fulko Hew wrote:
> As the subject line asks, where's the best place to discuss issues?
> The 3dprinting list ?
> In the meantime, I've been using the released version of Cura on F28
> but I couldn't seem to get a slice that had 1 layer wide vertical walls.
> So I thought I'd try the most recent version in F33 in a VM.
> [I then had to upgrade a system to F33 rather than in a VM.]
> After installing 'dnf install cura' and running it,
> it hangs with a splash screen that says:
> 'Welcome to Ultimaker Cura.
> Please follow these steps to set up Ultimaker Cura.
> This will only take a few moments.'
> And that's it. It does nothing else, and there isn't anything I can click on to
> Any suggestions?
No idea. What virtualization do you use? I've just tried Fedora 33 Workstation
in GNOME Boxes (Running on Fedora 33 Xfce Spin) and it worked for me.
There is a "Get started" button under the "...This will only take a few
moments." text. Maybe the VM screen is too small to make it visible, the window
is rather tall.
If that's not the case, could you launch cura from the terminal and see if
there's some error in there?