[quoted lines by Velegi István on 2018/04/16 at 11:11 +0200] >I tried changing the driver to fs but no success.
Setting the driver to ts (TSI) won't work. You need to use the bl (BrailleLite) driver. >I forgot to mention that my device is set to 9600 baud, 8 bits, 1 stop >bits and no parity and no handshake. >Same on pc side at the usb to serial bridge configuration. The BrailleLite driver assumes hardware flow control. I'm not sure what Windows would call that. For example, it might call it something like CTS/RTS. -- I believe the Bible to be the very Word of God: http://Mielke.cc/bible/ Dave Mielke | 2213 Fox Crescent | WebHome: http://Mielke.cc/ EMail: d...@mielke.cc | Ottawa, Ontario | Twitter: @Dave_Mielke Phone: 1-613-726-0014 | Canada K2A 1H7 | _______________________________________________ This message was sent via the BRLTTY mailing list. To post a message, send an e-mail to: BRLTTY@brltty.com For general information, go to: http://brltty.com/mailman/listinfo/brltty