Cura LulzBot Edition is a Free Software 3D printing solution offered through our code repositories.
System requirements and the End User License Agreement can be found on LulzBot.com/Cura.
Cura LulzBot Edition version 2.6.66 and above contains firmware standardized for use with all LulzBot Mini 3D Printers, and contains important bug fixes. However, once your firmware has been updated to 220.127.116.11, GCode files sliced with earlier versions of Cura LE will no longer be compatible and will have to be re-sliced using the latest version of Cura LE. We recommend using the latest firmware included within Cura LulzBot Edition to maximize long-term compatibility. Users that need to use existing GCode files can restore compatible firmware (18.104.22.168 or below) through Legacy Cura LulzBot Edition v21.08.
The commands below will delete the older slicing profiles and 3D printer settings from previous versions of Cura LulzBot Edition. Back up the files and folders listed below first if any custom settings or profiles are in use.
Open a terminal.
Run the following commands:
cd; rm -rf ~/.cache/cura-lulzbot ~/.config/cura-lulzbot ~/.local/share/cura-lulzbot
Cura LulzBot Edition is available through dnf, the Fedora package manager. For Fedora 23 and newer users, in a terminal send the following command:
sudo dnf install cura-lulzbot
If you have trouble connecting to your LulzBot 3D printer, you may need to add your user account to the dialout/tty serial access group. In a terminal, send the following commands:
sudo usermod -a -G tty $USER
sudo usermod -a -G dialout $USER
Log out of your current session and once you log in again, you should have port access.
Removal through Terminal
Send the following command to remove Cura:
sudo dnf erase cura-lulzbot