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My ports are USB 3. Originally Posted by ferrari The ‘usb-devices’ command useful for determining which drivers are ch341-uagt to particular devices, similar to ‘lspci -nnk’ for PCI-connected devices.
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The ‘usb-devices’ command useful for determining which drivers are bound to particular devices, wondows to ‘lspci -nnk’ for PCI-connected devices.
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The devices will enumerate in the order that they are plugged in to the hub. It may be that if the switch was power cycled you’d then see characters presented, but the serial console would be ‘deaf’ to characters sent from the PC if signal voltage levels are insufficient.
Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in. Since you mentioned that you’re using picocom, try something like Code:. Unfortunately, this isn’t really an answer to either: I don’t know whether you’re in a situation where you can do this? Last edited by ferrari; at If you have a lot of changes to your USB devices, plug all the CH devices into the same hub, then plug that in.
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I have found some devices only provide an active console when a device is attached to the serial port at boot of the switch. Use fricking code tags!!!! When it Inits it will do this again.
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I don’t think it’s permissions, because I had that issue earlier, and then I ch341-uar myself to the dialout group and ch341-uarrt able to access the device. Does that provide a hint as to what is happening? New USB device strings: Gil 1 3. My Uno now works on my win 10 pc. Asterion on Aug 01, New USB device strings: Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies. Linux Power User Bundle. Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free.
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