The adapter was plugged into both systems when I captured this information. Keyspan 4 port adapter converter now attached to ttyUSB2 [ I will try compiling a kernel this weekend using your guide as a reference. Steve Langasek vorlon wrote on Net, to name a few.
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Denis Lemire dlemire wrote on But the kernel build system is already complex without adding the debian layers around it, and I’m fairly lost So, Denis, if you’re listening, can you give me a pointer as to which files to edit? The adapter was plugged into both systems when I captured this information.
This will work as long as you are on bit Intel. The driver is disabled in Debian and Ubuntu because the firmware it requires keysppan function is not open-source: Same version of Ubuntu Gutsy.
Am reassigning to the kernel team. Are you new to LinuxQuestions. The keyspan and any that I can find usb to serial port only seems to run on one of the two usb ports on the raspberry pi itself.
The working, closed-source module should be copied into the linux-restricte d-modules package and installed with it, instead how to reflect this within the metadata of launchpad, I don’t know. Worked for me too on a Raspberry Pi model B using a powered hub.
So, Denis, if you’re listening, can you give me a pointer as to which files to edit? You can follow any responses to this entry through RSS 2.
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Brian Murray brian-murray on Hence if the next kernel update doesn’t include the update I will update the package and post it to my web site. I just downloaded the source for the kernel from Ubuntu, followed these steps: Comments 10 Trackbacks 1.
On the Feisty system, it hesitates for a second, the hard drive spins and then the power light lights. Keyspan 4 port adapter converter now attached to ttyUSB1 [ Enable your driver and build. Ben, please fix it!!! My latest endeavor is LogVine. Keyspan 4 port adapter converter detected [ Feisty works fine with it but it is not detected on the most recent gutsy.
Add tsdev to list of modules intentionally removed. Like I said, it worked on my Feisty desktop machine: Is there any work around to still use the Keyspan usb-serial seria with Gutsy?
Brian Murray brian-murray wrote on New USB device strings: Worked great on my Dell E laptop. Keyspan 4 port adapter converter now attached to ttyUSB3.
Patch for Keyspan USB-serial adapter…
USB 4-port Serial Adapter [ You can probably tell, but I’m very, very new to Ubuntu and Linux in general. I’m wary of compiling my own kernel They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your adspter. Everything works like a champ from that point on.