[vcf-midatlantic] ADTPro help
systems.glitch at gmail.com
Tue May 24 15:24:29 EDT 2016
I looked through the adtpro.sh file for version 2.0.1, which I have running just fine under Slackware 14.1 64-bit. The script picks the version of RXTX based on your system's `uname` and `uname -p`, so that should be fine for your machine. I seem to remember having permissions issues on lockfile creation, so you may be running into that.
Things to do:
* Run it in the console, give us the complete output
* Do `ls -l | grep lock`, give us the output
* Do `groups`, give us the output
* Do `ls -l /dev/tty*`, give us the output
As always, don't include the backticks!
On Tue, 24 May 2016 12:39:23 -0400
Evan Koblentz via vcf-midatlantic <vcf-midatlantic at lists.vintagecomputerfederation.org> wrote:
> I last used ADTPro about a year ago. It worked fine. A few months ago I
> installed a new mobo/memory/processor in my daily PC (still running
> Ubuntu). Yesterday I tried ADTPro again and got this error message:
> "There are no serial ports, or the serial library RXTX is not installed
> or visible."
> Paul H. suggested that the adtpro.sh file was looking in the wrong place
> for RXTX. Made some tweaks but it's still not working. Note also that
> ADTPro has its own copy of RXTX in a subfolder. Stephen E. also tried to
> Can someone who is experienced at both ADTPro and Linux (and who has the
> patience to walk me through this) help me, please?
> Hoping to get some help via telephone or Skype today/tonight if possible.
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