My guess is that they want gpio to be accessible through the gpio kernel drivers. Since all linux kernel communication seems to take place in their mailing lists, can you give a clue of a time or subject that I can search for? Navigation menu Personal tools Log in Request account. Replied Sep 16 , 7: Views Read View source View history.

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I have a GPS for geocaching http: DO NOT attempt to double-click or run any of the files until you have extracted them. I have a Freescale embedded device, mx23, that uses mdev instead of udev and the procedure is a bit different. kinux

Are you working from a root shell? Install the Serial Port Terminal. Brian is vp210x in that ther version of our driver with GPIO support has not been included in the Linux kernel due to some conflict with system level IO stuff I am similarly lacking in expertise on the details of all of this.

When you add the rule for udev. I’ve updated my answer.

Turn the board on. Step-by-step help would be very, very much appreciated!!! Replied Sep 162: And substituting it with a library will not help either I assume.


CPx Linux Driver

You can download the appropriate driver from the following site: No such device Since I’m fairly new to Linux and I need that thing running, I’d be grateful for suggestions. No installation of pinux is necessary.

I tried all of the above – still nothing. Supported Features The open source driver supports the majority of the features of the CPx devices, and should in theory be compatible with the basic functionality of the CP Replied Linxu 159: Is it not there?

User specified USB idProduct ushort modinfo cpx get info on this kernel module filename: If you have a bit operating system, you should run pololu-cpsetup-x This page was last edited on 15 Februaryat Here is what the instructions say: I have a little Python script running on a Windows machine that is able to talk to the very device just fine It had very basic support for opening the device, setting the baud rate.

Communicate with hardware using USB cable for Ubuntu –

However access from Ubuntu is likely. You can download these drivers here: By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service. Click ‘Configuration’ and select ‘Port’, as shown in the figure below. We have plans to release a library module that will allow CPx GPIO manipulation in Linux that will work in parallel with the built-in kernel driver.


CP210x Linux Driver

Does the added output from the edited question help verify the problem? CPx Composite Device The last line, can be on your system another line, shows that the Silabs device on the Xilinx development board has been detected and that the drivers on the PC are running.

The device is there, I can’t figure out why it’s not been found: My guess is that they want gpio to be accessible through the gpio kernel drivers.

Munir Nassar provided further useful informationin the form of USB packet logs, and very kindly sent me a cable which had all of the flow control lines connected.

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