1 Reply Latest reply on Feb 13, 2018 1:45 AM by anks

    How to communicate with USB UART on linux

    PeterMitrano

      I have developed an application using the USB UART for my PSoC 5LP, and I'm trying to use something like minicom on linux to talk to it. I realize linux isn't "supported" for development, but I'm not trying to program it or anything just communicate via the micro usb port. It works just fine on windows (using putty, 9600 baud), but nothing happens when I try it on linux. I've followed this tutorial but even the "loop back" doesn't work. Testing a USB-Serial Bridge Controller Configured as USB-UART with Linux® – KBA92551

       

      When I do lsusb I see a Cypress device, and I have no errors running `minicom -D /dev/ttyACM0 -b 9600`, it just simply doesn't work. Is this possible or am I just crazy?