[teqc] TEQC under OS X
lou at unavco.org
Sun Apr 23 09:25:36 MDT 2006
Logging into the OSX box I use to compile teqc, I don't see anything
with "usb" or "serial" in /dev (e.g. `ls /dev | grep -i usb`) -- but
who knows if this box is fully configured.
Googling on "osx /dev serial usb" (no quotes on the actual search),
there tons of hits, and this might be promising:
see "Configuring and using Serial to USB under OSX". (The example
is even to read GPS waypoints from a Garmin rx.)
> IIRC, while linux will identify the ports as /dev/ttyUSBn, OSX will call
> it something like /dev/tty.usbserial0.
> Finding available drivers for Mac as well as Linux can be a problem
> sometimes. I've had pretty good luck, in linux, with the Prolific
> PL-2303, such as the IOGear, and really, almost all of the others I can
> find easily now.
> I've spent a lot of time recently on making'em work in Linux. Can't say
> the same about OSX, but that may change when I get the Mac Mini on my desk.
> Carsten Kurz wrote:
>> Is anyone using TEQC under OS X for realtime binary translation? I'd
>> like to get some hints towards feeding binary data from USB-Serial
>> converters into TEQC. I guess it's more or less the same as under
>> Linux, but I haven't got a firm grip on the tty thingie so far.
>> - Carsten
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