Hi Reginal, Peter

Thanks for the help. I seem to be getting something from /dev/cua/0 but
there seems to be a problem in my installation. Looks like a Software
error though. I'll see if it's because I am on a faulty realease.

Thank you for the Help
that gets me a few steps further.

Greetings
Till

On 29.04.2018 17:55, Reginald Beardsley via openindiana-discuss wrote:
> It should be /dev/cua?
> 
> Here is what I get with Hipster 17.10.  First is with a Triplite Keyscan 
> connected.  Second is with it removed.  Not sure what the deal is with the 
> cua0 and cua1 entries. But I seem to recall trying to get a PCI serial port 
> card to work and giving up.
> 
> Be aware that very few USB to RS232 devices work with Solaris,  And in 
> general it is a horrible can of worms even when they do.
> 
> My canonical test for a new admin at work was to mention "modem".  If the 
> person flinched I knew they were experienced.  If they didn't they were 
> clearly new at this.
> 
> rhb@Hipster:/dev$ ls -l /dev/cua*
> lrwxrwxrwx   1 root     root          39 Dec 19 19:52 /dev/cua0 -> 
> ../devices/pci@0,0/isa@1/asy@1,3f8:a,cu
> lrwxrwxrwx   1 root     root          39 Dec 19 19:52 /dev/cua1 -> 
> ../devices/pci@0,0/isa@1/asy@1,2f8:b,cu
> 
> /dev/cua:
> total 1
> lrwxrwxrwx   1 root     root          53 Apr 29 10:43 0 -> 
> ../../devices/pci@0,0/pci103c,1309@1a,2/device@1:0,cu
> rhb@Hipster:/dev$ ls -l /dev/cua*
> lrwxrwxrwx   1 root     root          39 Dec 19 19:52 /dev/cua0 -> 
> ../devices/pci@0,0/isa@1/asy@1,3f8:a,cu
> lrwxrwxrwx   1 root     root          39 Dec 19 19:52 /dev/cua1 -> 
> ../devices/pci@0,0/isa@1/asy@1,2f8:b,cu
> rhb@Hipster:/dev$ 
> 
> 
> --------------------------------------------
> On Sun, 4/29/18, Till Wegmüller <toaster...@gmail.com> wrote:
> 
>  Subject: [OpenIndiana-discuss] Connecting Serial Modem to Illumos (ACM9
>  To: openindiana-discuss@openindiana.org
>  Date: Sunday, April 29, 2018, 6:56 AM
>  
>  Hello Dear OI Community
>  
>  I am trying to connect my Ultimaker to
>  my OpenIndiana Server. It is a
>  serial device accessed through a python
>  software.
>  
>  When connecting the USB I can see it
>  showing up in dmesg:
>  Apr 29 11:34:36 node02 usba: [ID 349649
>  kern.info] usba:        no
>  driver found for interface 1 (nodename:
>  'data') of Ultimaker BV
>  (www.ultimaker.com) Ultimaker 2.0
>  Apr 29 11:34:36 node02 usba: [ID 912658
>  kern.info] USB 1.10 interface
>  (usbif2341,10.config1.0) operating at
>  full speed (USB 1.x) on USB 3.0
>  root hub: modem@0, usbsacm1 at
>  bus address 2
>  Apr 29 11:34:36 node02 usba: [ID 349649
>  kern.info] Ultimaker BV
>  (www.ultimaker.com) Ultimaker 2.0
>  Apr 29 11:34:36 node02 genunix: [ID
>  936769 kern.info] usbsacm1 is
>  /pci@0,0/pci1043,84ca@14/communications@1/modem@0
>  Apr 29 11:34:36 node02 genunix: [ID
>  408114 kern.info]
>  /pci@0,0/pci1043,84ca@14/communications@1/modem@0 (usbsacm1)
>  online
>  
>  But I do not know where that file would
>  be under /dev. On linux it's
>  somewhere under /dev/ttyUSB or
>  /dev/ttyACM.
>  
>  I have a device under /dev/term that
>  links to
>  ../../devices/pci@0,0/pci1043,84ca@14/communications@1/modem@0:0 like
>  usbsacm1 should. But that device seems
>  not to be correct.
>  
>  Does anybody know where that device
>  usbsacm1 would be under /dev? or do
>  I need anything aditional to get access
>  to that device?
>  
>  Thanks in advance for any advice and
>  Greetings
>  Till
>  
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