If you use make nconfig or make menuconfig you will find this module in. Upgraded to wily on 39 days ago UserGroups: Seiichi Nakashima ubuntu-linuxer wrote on To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: For further details please see: Email Required, but never shown. September 16th, 1.
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[ubuntu] [SOLVED] Clone Winchiphead USB/Serial cable (1a). Help needed with Makefile.
The time now is How are using minicom? Linux – Hardware This forum is for Hardware issues. All times are GMT And if so, why on old kernel 3. If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. New USB device strings: KernelPanic 2 11 This USB serial device is not detected. This is a simple cherry-pick from Intrepid: I am testing with minicom: The time now is Help needed with Makefile. Seiichi Nakashima ubuntu-linuxer wrote on October 6, at Originally Posted by ferrari Check that the ch driver has claimed this device September 20th, 9.
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Yep, you guessed right, many things in my collection have serial ports for communication and data exchange. September 16th, 1.
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Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Winchiphead manufactures one of the chips inside the green dingy, not the adapter itself.
This is apparently fixed in intrepid already. If you need to reset your password, click here.
The ‘usb-devices’ command useful for determining which drivers are bound to particular devices, similar to ‘lspci -nnk’ for PCI-connected devices. If you use make nconfig or make menuconfig you will find this module in.