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guides:virtual_modem:section_4:changing_the_serial_port [2018-09-23 01:51]
omolini [Update vmodem.sh script]
guides:virtual_modem:section_4:changing_the_serial_port [2019-08-22 18:24]
omolini [Finding out the name of the serial device]
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   * If you do not see a new serial device, the device may not be compatible with Linux. Run ''​**dmesg**''​ to see if it is detected. In my case it is detected, and is named **ttyUSB0**:​   * If you do not see a new serial device, the device may not be compatible with Linux. Run ''​**dmesg**''​ to see if it is detected. In my case it is detected, and is named **ttyUSB0**:​
 {{ :​guides:​pics:​vmodem_raspberry_serial_dmesg.png |}} {{ :​guides:​pics:​vmodem_raspberry_serial_dmesg.png |}}
 +//Ignore the under-voltage error on my screenshot. You shouldn'​t be getting that error.//
 ===== Update vmodem.sh script ===== ===== Update vmodem.sh script =====
-  * To update ​the **vmodem.sh** script ​stored in **/​boot/​vmodem/​**, do the following:+  * To change the serial port used in the **vmodem.sh** script, do the following:
   * Run ''​sudo nano /​boot/​vmodem/​vmodem.sh''​   * Run ''​sudo nano /​boot/​vmodem/​vmodem.sh''​
   * Find the line ''​serport=ttyUSB0''​ and update it to reflect the correct serial device. ​   * Find the line ''​serport=ttyUSB0''​ and update it to reflect the correct serial device. ​
guides/virtual_modem/section_4/changing_the_serial_port.txt · Last modified: 2019-08-22 18:24 by omolini