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Re: BRLTTY doesn't work with USB to serial cable.

Hoppa Samuel and all readers,

on Friday, December 15, 2006 at 8:52:25 PM means Samuel Thibault:
> Sebastian Dellit, le Thu 14 Dec 2006 10:22:46 +0100, a écrit :
>> When I restart the computer, brltty didn't start my braille terminal.

> Ok, now I understand the issue. In brltty.conf, you have specified
> braille-device  usb:USB0        # Specific USB device by serial number.

> This is not correct.  Either

> - you specify usb: and the first detected USB device will be used,
> - or you specify usb:0 and the first serial USB device will be used,
> - or you specify /dev/ttyUSB0 for using the serial emulating provided by
> the kernel
> but usb:USB0 doesn't mean anything to brltty.

OK, thanks ... I understand. :-)

I try it again with

braille-device /dev/ttyUSB0

in the /etc/brltty.conf.

But, when I restart the computer or when I start brltty
/etc/init.d/brltty restart the braille don't work.

I type brltty -v and the message means, that the brltty look on
braille-device /dev/ttyS0. The settings in the /etc/brltty.conf are
not in use? When I put the braille on the serial port and restart
brltty (without changes) the braille work.

I think the settings in the brltty.conf have no effekt at the moment.

Do you know, what I means?

Thanks and
Best regards Sebastian 
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