8/24/2021

Ft231x Usb Uart Driver

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Ft231x Usb Uart Driver Download

Ft231x Usb Uart Driver

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Ft231x Usb Uart Driver

  • edited 2015-04-12 - 15:47:22
    FT231X is a newer device, so what drivers are you using, and what does FTDI say about support ?
  • edited 2015-04-12 - 15:57:15
    About 10 months ago I had a similar issue .. the FTDI enumerated to a COM port, but I think the other enumerated to a DEV. I was able to find a hack work around after extensive digging, At the time I just needed to open a communication COM port and ended up using a terminal program I found that was able to circumvent the problem.
    What does the command below return? when the Board is connected versus when it is removed? Does it show evaluating as a COM port or something different?
    dmesg grep attached
    You might also need to chmod the attached device ..
    i.e.
    If my USB enumerated to /dev/ttyUSB0 then ...
    For proper permissions you may need to chmod /dev/ttyUSB0 for READ on some systems as a root user.
  • edited 2015-04-12 - 16:01:13
    Figured out the change. Need to turn off Hardware Flow Control and turn off Software flow control
    save as default. minicom now responds as before.
    I think the difference is the FT231x supports DTR, and the FT232R uses ..?
  • edited 2015-04-12 - 21:48:32
    @prof_braino:
    If you add yourself to group uucp (or whatever the group of /dev/ttyUSB0 is, obtained by ls -l /dev/ttyUSB0), you won't need sudo:
  • edited 2015-04-13 - 15:57:54
    FT231X is a newer device, so what drivers are you using, and what does FTDI say about support ?

    I'm using the standard drivers that come with linux by default. No additional driver installation is needed (so far).
  • edited 2015-04-13 - 16:04:19
    What does the command below return?
    dmesg grep attached
    when the Board is connected versus when it is removed? Does it show evaluating as a COM port or something different?

    Same whether connected or removed.
  • edited 2015-04-13 - 16:05:34
    You might also need to chmod the attached device ..i.e. If my USB enumerated to /dev/ttyUSB0 then ...
    For proper permissions you may need to chmod /dev/ttyUSB0 for READ on some systems as a root user.

    So these premissions need Read added to Group and everyone?
  • edited 2015-04-13 - 16:17:03
    @prof_braino:
    If you add yourself to group uucp (or whatever the group of /dev/ttyUSB0 is, obtained by ls -l /dev/ttyUSB0), you won't need sudo:

    On Ubuntu/Mint, the group is dialout; and I did:
    I've not seen the gpasswd command in the context of fixes to /dev/ttyUSB0. Is gpasswd doing the same as addgroup, or is there another permission involved?