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USB to UART Bridge VCP Drivers – Silicon Labs
I have downloaded the drivers for the cpx Thank you for your assistance in advance. Do the two modinfo commands give any results? User specified USB idProduct ushort modinfo cpx get info on this kernel module filename: User specified USB idVendor ushort parm: Discussion in ‘ Kernel Questions ‘ started by perfectpol7Mar 20, The source is valid through version 2.
USB Serial Driver core author: And then PWD my password, maybe? Find More Posts by spy. Amber what you originally downloaded was a. I don’t want to ruin stuff by randomly typing code into the terminal so I’d appreciate some guidance!
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Yes cp210s into install and configure it, now not in office will post the configurations that I used, what is your error message you are getting.
If those two files don’t exist, then you’ll need to compile your source code yourself.
CP210x USB to UART Bridge VCP Drivers
Find More Posts by perfectpol7. I added the modinfo to the original question yesterday after I commented. Find More Posts by richardsmith. Now, the download has four files, the release notes abovecpx. Here is what the instructions say: Hi Richard, I have downloaded the latest driver from the silicon labs’ download location and I have the same problem as perfectpol7. Yes, it was a zip file with those four files.
Want to know if that peripheral is compatible with Linux? I am working on an updated driver with support of the manufacturer.
The steps are in a download file from here – silabs. What version of the kernel are you building for?