DESPERATE: USB to RS232 converter works in remote SSH session, but doesn't localy
- From: "desperate newbie" <frares@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 25 Feb 2006 06:58:40 -0800
I have a very strange behaviour in just one computer, other different
ones were tested and everything works just as it should.
On this one sometimes it works, sometimes not. Let me try to detail
the tests I've done:
Hardware setup: a USB to RS232 detected as /dev/ttyUSB0 connected to
the system and to the existing /dev/ttyS0.
(by the way, I have already changed the /dev/ttyUSB0 permissions so
that anyone could read/write to it)
- locally log on tty0 as root, open minicom and set it up to /dev/ttyS0
- locally log on tty1 as root, open minicom and set it up to
I've tried to send / receive something and nothing seems to go through
New setup: remote access through SSH:
- log on in tty0 and tty1 on remote computer as normal user, opened a
ssh session on tty0 and also on tty1 to the machine with the USB to
RS232 converter still connected, and "su" to root also on both
- on the SSH session on remote machine's tty0, open minicom and set it
up to /dev/ttyS0
- on the SSH session on remote machine's tty1, open minicom and set it
up to /dev/ttyUSB0
Now when I try to send / receive something and everything works
What can that difference be?
On both setups it is the root user who is accessing the /dev/ttyS0 and
/dev/ttyUSB0 , so what makes it different from a local and a remote
Thanks for any insight.
Yours desperate newbie ;)
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