[Rxtx] RXTX OSX installer problems
Ronald van Raaphorst
rvraaphorst at gmail.com
Thu Nov 11 05:27:36 MST 2010
Thanks all for pointing out that I should look in the /dev and find the port.
It isn't there, so I tried to install a pl2303 driver,
(via the link in the ReadMe section of https://github.com/failberg/osx-pl2303)
I also tried http://www.apple.com/downloads/macosx/drivers/prolificpl2303driverfor64bitmacosx.html
All to no avail. None of them show an extra port in /dev...
Does anyone have another solution?
On Nov 10, 2010, at 6:23 PM, Brian Schlining wrote:
> The installer works, when I run it on a fresh installed OSX Snow Leopard 10.6 machine,
> the app runs and I can see some ports (/dev/tty.Bluetooth-PDA-Sync and /dev/cu.Bluetooth-PDA-Sync).
> But I can't see the port where my hardware is attached.
> On my development machine (10.6 too) everything works (I see an additional port when the hardware is attached).
> I can't see the difference.
> Did you install drivers for your USB-to-Serial dongle on both machines?
> Install the app in /Applications
> Install librxtxSerial.jnilib and librxtxSerial.so in /Library/Java/Extensions
> Install RXTXcomm.jar in /Library/Java/Extensions
> It's not a good idea to install RXTX into /Library/Java/Extensions. You should configure your apps classpath and java.lib.path to use locally packaged jars and libraries (e.g. in /Applications/YourApp.app/lib)
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> Brian Schlining
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