Stephen 1 2. Since the update to Openelec 5x I can’t access the easymouse. It worked perfectly with Openelec 4x. Any serial application which talks to the device using just the termios interface will probably work. What are some debug techniques Why doesn’t setserial work as expected? It will optionally check hardware lines, send a break, and time runs to get throughput figures. Bugs None known at the moment.
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FTDI SIO, 8U232AM and 245 Linux USB serial driver
The other thing you will probably want to do is strace the application trying to talk to the device. How to install them? See below about how to do that.
Bus Device Ville Mattila 1 2 7. Greg Kroah-Hartman and other members of the USB development team for hints, sample code for me to steal and updating the driver when I don’t have time to do it and it is urgent.
Plug in the device. It worked for me. The usual mistake people make is assuming they can just open the serial port and read and write to it without setting any serial communications parameters.
FTDI SIO, 8UAM and Linux USB Serial Converter Driver
I think I need the ftdi-sio. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. It is catalogue number XH Sign up using Email and Password. Sign up using Facebook. Please see the driver source fti details or the description below.
Which embedded type is this?
Should be the accepted answer. Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. The modprobe above will only work if the driver can figure out the chip type. Use the most up to date linux kernel. Email Required, but never shown. So if you have a new chip you may need to do some driver work!
The program tests simple writes of any size using simple soo.
FTDI Kernel Driver Conflict?
A image of the label on the box is here. BB code is On.
Linux – Hardware This forum is for Hardware issues. Every so often I will update this webpage. Timer module available from CPAN – read the script for details.
How do I manually load it? I wrote the driver so I could talk to unix servers and my palm pilot using a usb serial interface from my laptop. The Linux kernel team decided to remove some modules from the base kernel to allow “virtual” cebian to be slimmed down.
See the script for the loopback plug assumed configuration. The ftdi site has driver.