Introduction: Installing Drivers
To connect to Ember over USB or Wi-Fi you’ll need to install a network-over-USB driver.
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Step 1: Windows
- Download the network driver for Windows (Which version of Windows do I have?)
After installation, there are a few more steps that you need to complete to configure the Windows driver
This procedure is for Windows 7, other versions of Windows may require a slightly different procedure.
- Open the Device Manager
- Right click the entry for "Ember 3D Printer" and select "Update Driver Software..."
- Select "Browse my computer for driver software"
- Select "Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer"
- Highlight "Network adapters" and select "Next"
- ighlight "Linux Developer Community" under "Manufacturer" and "Linux USB Ethernet/RNDIS Gadget" under "Network Adapter" and select "Next"
- Select "Yes" when prompted with a warning
- Select "Close" when the driver is successfully updated
Step 2: Mac
- Download the HoRNDIS Network Driver
- Double click the HoRNDIS.pkg after downloading
On OSX 10.9 you may get the message "can't be opened because it is from an unidentified developer." To avoid this,
- Navigate to the file in Finder
- Hold the “CTRL” button and click on the file
- Select “Open” from the menu
- At the prompt, confirm that you wish to open the file
- Follow the prompts to finish the installation
Step 3: Linux
No need to install any drivers, Woo Hoo!