[teqc] TEQC under OS X
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Sun Apr 23 10:14:32 MDT 2006
Am 23.04.2006 um 15:59 schrieb Gerry Creager N5JXS:
> 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 have done translation of SuperStar/CMC binary streams under
Windows/DOS using real COM ports and also USB-Serial converters.
Actually I have quite a bunch of different brand USB-Serials at hand
(as a matter of fact, I sell these). I get most of them to work under
OS X, but so far only using GUI Software which will usually enumerate
and display these devices with, hmm, 'real names' like 'USBToSerial',
'PL232Serial', 'Palm USBSerial' or the like. Most of them do work
reliably using GUI GPS Software, PDA Sync Software, etc.
But I assume that's different from adressing tty devices with terminal
or unix device names?
And I wasn't sure wether realtime binary translation from a serial port
has ever been tested successfully with the OS X port of TEQC.
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