On 15 April, 2018 - Salvador Cuñat wrote:
> Good morning.
> I've been out of the water for a while, and re-took diving this month.
> I've found that I can't do ftdi download both on android and on desktop. As
> usual, on desktop, regular USB download via /dev/ttyUSB0 works just fine.
> Past year (october?) ftdi download worked well for me on desktop and
> Using a H&W OSTC 2N.
> On Android, there is nothing interesting in the log, but on desktop I get
> 1 Subsurface: v4.7.8, built with libdivecomputer
> v0.7.0-devel-Subsurface-branch (d02f1c3cdcc6a04d085538578d872ec6e3282382)
> 2 INFO: Open: name=ftdi
> 3 ERROR: No existe el fichero o el directorio (2) [in
> ../../src/serial_posix.c:299 (dc_serial_open)]
> 4 ERROR: Failed to open the serial port. [in ../../src/hw_ostc.c:148
> And, in console we can see:
> Starting download from ftdi
> Starting the thread 0
> INFO: dc_deveice_open error value of -4
> The error seems to be:
> common.h: DC_STATUS_NODEVICE = -4,
> I thought it could be a permission issue, but I get the same even running
> as root.
> BTW I'm using the appimage, as I'm unable to build the map plugin (debian
> has moved recently to Qt5 10.1 and something else seems broken here).
I just took a look at Subsurface-4.7.8-x86_64.AppImage , and the
AppImage isn't built with the libftdi support. There's no reason to use
it when you're running on a system with proper kernel drivers.
Anton Lundin +46702-161604
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