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Having a problem logging in? First and easiest is the position of the device on the USB bus. It would be easy to dead bug this to the nano then by simple communication via one pin you can get the serial number. If sending an ‘Enter’ character doesn’t wake up the device then I think it may well be due to a voltage level issue perhaps needed to distinguish between high and low states. OK, Ive tried tried everything suggested here and everywhere else. So if you don’t trust them, don’t use the CH Quote from: Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.

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All times are GMT What I am curious about though is the difference between the USB and windowd onboard serial – what is0 vs 4, 64? These devices have the same iSerial, so you can’t diff them on that, and they share the same Product and Vendor IDs – so there isn’t a differentiator Visit the following links: We might need to know distro and version.


CH340 Drivers for Windows, Mac and Linux

For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. Last edited by ferrari; at I don’t know whether you’re in a situation where you can do this?

Thanks for your help, unfortunately it doesn’t fix ch341-iart issue! Things I’ve tried are getting the download from wcn. The log in prompt is displayed:.

Koepel Faraday Member Posts: Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. Originally Posted by ferrari Check that the winfows driver has claimed this device I created a udev rule that looks like this: Originally Posted by ferrari FWIW, I have sometimes have needed to connect to Brocade switches and Mikrotik routers via a console cable, and always found my PL usb-serial converter to be reliable.

In order to detect and identify a unique device, you need something unique to differentiate them. I have been trying to find solutions for this problem.

CH – Device recognized as /dev/USB0, but won’t communicate

From what I can determine the ch is a pretty common chip, but I would suspect that should have made it to mainline by now if there was an ch341-urt.

It is possible that something is wrong in the settings of Windows 10 ow with the disk.


New USB device strings: I’ve posted some diagnostic output below: Sign up using Email and Password. I don’t think it’s permissions, because I had that issue earlier, and then I added myself to the dialout group and was able to access the device.

This position, and the device names, should persist ch341-uary reboots. Use fricking code tags!!!!

NEW Library to make fading leds a piece of cake https: Is the baud rate set appropriately? Originally Posted by ferrari. I’m pretty sure those el-cheapo clones that cost less than a cup of coffee aren’t tested before the sellers throw ch341-uarh into bags without static protection, slap on an false customs declaration and drop them in the mail Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Since you mentioned that you’re using picocom, try something like Code:.

Unfortunately Phil Vallone the issue is that there is no unique serial to identify the device via udev.