Re: Fedora 12 problem with USB serial device

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At 05:50 2/8/2010, you wrote:
>On Sun, 07 Feb 2010 21:36:44 -0500
>CAS <[email protected]> wrote:
>
> > I am using an FTDI232RL usb-to-serial converter for a serial port on
> > my laptop running Fedora 12.  For some reason, this is recognized,
> > but I am unable to communicate with the device.  When I plug in the
> > device on my desktop running Fedora 9 it works fine (I do need to add
> > myself to a different group to have access to the usb port however
> > (uucp vs dialout).  Here are the responses to the various commands
> > showing that it set up properly:
>
>The drivers for the two versions are pretty different. One thing that is
>worth checking is that the newer USB serial driver versions properly
>honour carrier handling and the like.
>
>Alan

Sine I am using the "default" driver that comes with F12, I am not 
sure how to do this.

Any suggestions?

Thanks,
-CAS 

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