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#1 2004-10-06 09:24:50

Blaster
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Registered: 2004-09-17
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Seriel to usb

Got the device up and running but can someone plz tell me to set permissions so a stduser and not only root can write to /dev/usb/tts/0.

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#2 2004-10-06 16:57:41

xerxes2
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Re: Seriel to usb

I think you do it in your device systems permission file


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#3 2004-10-11 21:19:12

Blaster
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Re: Seriel to usb

okay could u tell name of file and where to find it ? plz smile

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#4 2004-10-11 21:34:21

neotuli
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Re: Seriel to usb

It's been said before...but I'm gonna say it again. The wiki is a great resource and I wish people would look in it.

http://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/UdevHowTo
That article is about setting up udev, but it also includes examples of how to set up the permissions files and other stuff like that, just apply the general idea to the device in question.


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#5 2004-10-12 10:23:36

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Re: Seriel to usb

i am useing devfsd since i can't find my device if i am running udev but if u can tell me where to find my usb device with udev i will be more then happy to switch

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#6 2004-10-12 23:09:52

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Re: Seriel to usb

hmm try this:

-Before plugging in device:
- "ls -laR /dev > olddevs"
-Plug in device
- "ls -laR /dev >newdevs"
- "diff olddevs newdevs"

This will show you any files in the /dev heirarchy that have changed, this might allow you to find it.


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