strange continuous scrolling communication with printer


wondering if anyone else have this problem:
I'm running R-H on a Geeetech Prusa i3 printer with my macbook Air.  The firmware is Marlin (I think)
when I connect to the printer, a message kept on scrolling through and repeats itself.

< 11:02:02 PM: ok T:49.8 /0.0 B:0.0 /0.0 T0:49.8 /0.0 @:0 B@:0

This happens as soon as I connect to the printer, before I load up any stl file or try any movements.
It doesn't seem to affect the printing process, although I suspect that it may cause the crashes when I make very large prints.

Any hints?  Thanks.


  • These are temperatures reported by firmware. In log window disable ack to not see them. These are normal but normally filtered so you do not see them. In printer settings you can also set hide M105 I think.
  • Thanks, I will try that.
  • It worked, the scrolling now is "on demand" only, thanks.  But another weird thing now happens:
    If I send the command M501, it no longer give me the information that it used to, the M92 line that would say something like:
    M92 X88.89 Y88.89 Z1511.81 E88.57

    How do I turn that back on again?  I need to recalibrate my steppers to make sure my dimension are correct.
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