RE: [nslu2-general] Device for serial port
Okay, Rod shall do.
I'll need to test the thing and all of that before I'm convinced that it can
be used for exactly that.
Gregg C Levine hansolofalcon@...
"The Force will be with you always." Obi-Wan Kenobi
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> Gregg C Levine wrote:
> > I see your point, Mike (mwester). I really do. I just brought back the
> > widget that I described below, and as it happens it's got everything
> > into the USB end of things with just the phone connector there, andattached
> > via two small screws. And get this, my Linux box reports the USB ID asthe
> > name on the cable, so it might not even be the same chip thing as thepages
> > on the web site we've got reporting as such.suspect
> Please report the vendor and product IDs. The output of lsusb -v should
> show this.
> > Incidentally this one is being sold as a discontinued device, so I
> > that even the phones it went to aren't even made anymore.widgets
> > Well I'll keep trying. I'll probably buy one or the other of these
> > and report back what it is.
> > Do you believe I should draft a wiki page on the subject?
> Please just update the existing page at
> -- Rod