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Thread: pic usb VCP access in SUSE

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    Default pic usb VCP access in SUSE

    I'm trying to access the USB virtual com port created by a PIC that I normally access via hyperterm in Windows. I have used minicom a bit in the past but am very new to SUSE (11.1). I can see the USB enum in dmesg and in YAST I see CCS RS232 Demo (/dev/ttyACM0). That is the harware I am connecting.

    when I ls in /dev I don't see anything like that, just various USB endpoints. Is there a way to get this mapped to tty so I can use minicom to access the hardware?

    Thanks in advance.

    Rgds, Fish

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    Default Re: pic usb VCP access in SUSE

    Nevermind, I found that I can connect to ACM0, as found with dmesg, with minicom and the serial communications works. Hope this helps someone else.


    -- fish

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