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Re: console cable to access switches



Hey Mark,
thanks again for your assistance Ok:
here is the output:
dmseg | grep tty
console [tty0] enabled
usb 5-1:pl2303 converter now attatched to ttyUSB0
it looks like it recognizes it so I dont have to do anything,
been a while since i use linux and i love it already, just need to help me get this working, i appreciate it,
how do i enable the emulator, i have the console cable hooked up to the switch, how do i start the emulator from the command line or gui .
Thanks,
John

 
On 11/12/07, Mark Haney <mhaney ercbroadband org> wrote:
john matijevic wrote:
> Hello Team,
> I have installed Werewolf and now want to use my usb-serial adapter on
> my laptop. However, I have tried looking at some docs and minicom. I
> was wondering if anyone out there is using werewolf on laptop to use
> console access to switches can point me in the right direction to get
> the usb serial adapter working with a terminal emulator. Can you also
> provide a number I can reach you at.
> Thanks,
> John
>
> --
> John Matijevic
> Insight Global
> 305-243-5469 (office)
> 305-298-9876 (cell)
What's the USB adapter your using?  When you plug it in, what does dmesg
say?  I use my adapter all the time and don't have trouble with it as
long as the module is loaded.


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Sr. Systems Administrator
ERC Broadband


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