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Attachment s Screen Shot Sounds like you busted the termcap in your terminal window. Hi andersm, thanks for replying. It sounds way easier to just use termios to do communication, that way, I suppose I can keep a tiny bit of platform independence between Linux and OS X.
USB DAQ Products Support LibUSB and CDC
I encountered the same problem today only windows. Sign up using Email cdf Password. I’ve just had a minor breakthrough! But in windows, libusb cant open the device.
Ah, someone else is having the same issue with the terminal as me: Thank you for your reply. I’ve placed some code on Gist. Thanks for the hint on IOKit, I’ll definitely look into it, but do want to avoid opening a can of worms that’s going to waste another week of my time. Haven’t received registration validation E-mail? I’m trying to communicate with a CDC device using libusb. Does “on” need a CR or LF line terminator?
[SOLVED] Serial communication with USB CDC device (libusb/termios)
The composite device is a USB 2. It simply sends “on” with nothing else. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
And I agree with you that it sounds rather pointless. A USB-to-serial converter may use the configured baud rate to set the external communication speed, but communication between the host and the device always happens as fast as the device can handle it.
The C program is probably misconfigured for my device, and I’d really like to just be able to send “on” to the device from C. Also since you’re using a Mac you may want to check out IOKit’s device support.
Also, when the application exists, my terminal window gets screwed up. The original StackOverflow question can be seen here: Is there an alternative to libusb library intended for USB communication?