Repetier Firmware instead of Marlin

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    Larry
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    I have always used Repetier Firmware for my 3D printer. It allows you to make EEPROM changes from Repetier Host. This option is only available for Repetier Firmware.

    I have the Marlin loaded but would like to switch to Repetier.

    Does anyone have a Repetier version of the Firmware working that they would share?

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    Here is a copy of the one i have been using i have been changing some of the settings manually so the configuration string at the bottom of the configuration.h file will not be right

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    Larry
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    Thanks Jason!

    #13161
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    Jason
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    For the record you can use repetier host to make eeprom changes on Marlin, I do it all the time. You can also use repetier-server to upload new versions of Marlin if you’re using rep-server on something like a raspPi (I use a $9 C.H.I.P on my 3D printer.) It’s just a little trickier since you have to enable an extra option in arduino so it tells you where the .hex file it creates is so you can select it to upload.

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