Hi, maybe this can help you (i haven´t try it but is the only info i found),check the comment on the bottom of the page
Thanks for input, but not quit there yet.
sudo modprobe usbserial vendor=0x04B4 product=0xF139
minicom –baudrate 9600 –8bit –device /dev/ttyUSB1
#minicom –baudrate 9600 –8bit –device /dev/ttyUSB
It instanciated on debugging usb connector.
Need to figure out uart bridging.
However, I was trying to get the usb connector that is on the other side of the board to instanciate, ie, the product usb connector.
Perhaps putting in the product codes for this usb may help.
sudo modprobe usbserial vendor=0x04B4 product=0xF232
did not work.
Filed a problem with tech help.
Case # 3114776996
Will post what happens
Thanks for your help
I'm a "Linux" beginner so i tried to use the KitProg USB-UART bridge in Ubuntu 16.04.
After some googling i find out that an old driver (CyTherm) is loaded by the Linux kernel, so i did blacklist it, reboot the pc, and then Ubuntu recognize the UART bridge, i think it use libUSB driver now, can't remember i did this one month ago.
Today i wanted to use the USB-UART for first time so i plug the KitProg on the pc and did:
$ dmesg | grep tty
[ 4944.915562] cdc_acm 5-1:1.2: ttyACM0: USB ACM device
Then i used minicom to connect to it:
The post is in Spanish (my language) but you can follow it with the images, all is the same but instead ttyUSB0 you have to connect to ttyACM0.
It's seems working to me, hope it help you.