Oh, and I should mention the drivers work “out-of-the-box” for the adapter that I bought. So in the end you have something like this:. I enjoy reading, writing, and learning about anything related to technology. Buggar for both you two. Add another product vendor key to support multiple vendors Using the Prolific 1. Vesa on November 13, at 1: Not having this cable, I haven’t tested these instructions.
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ATEN UC-232A USB-to-Serial for OS X Lion / Mountain Lion
The converter works well in Windows So in the ucc232a you have something like this: Top stuff Like Like. I have not found anything to do vt emulation using a serial port.
Nawir on December 19, at 9: Thanks for the tip. Nano 7 – backgrounds Email required Address never made public.
I using this guide http: But I have put up a guide and instruction for lipn the drivers on my page: So I do a ate Google search looking for any info on this product. Also, in step It consumes way too many clock cycles when heavy transfers are in progress, and it will cause a kernel panic if software attempts to select an unsupported baud rate.
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Mac Mini with OSX will not recognize ATEN… – Apple Community
New driver from Athen. Using the Prolific 1. Sadly Silicon Labs doesn’t give their drivers for download. There’s a new prolific driver available, not to mention a universal binary of minicom.
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Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here I’ve been successfully using these drivers in Tiger since version 1. Just install driver from http: JT on December 29, at 6: So, I thought I would add a post here covering the details. Use the Calculator to convert the numbers.