[Tinyos-help] Problems with TestSerial
schip at santafe.edu
Sat Feb 16 20:04:10 PST 2008
OK let's see...
You were able to program the micaz using /dev/ttyUSB0 is that right?
Then what is the exact error printed by Listen when you try to read data?
The error below looks like the result of you typing that text directly to
the bash command prompt.
Please also include the actual commands that you run.
I'm neither on T2 nor linux, but there should be a way to copy/paste
the command window and send it to us....
(Also if you have re-connected the basestation to a different USB port
the name may have changed...that hasn't happened, right?)
Leena Ganguli wrote:
> My apologies for removing the traceback.
> The error was:
> bash: serial@/dev/ttyUSB0:micaz: No such file or directory
> I am quite sure that the base-station was attached to USB0 (by the way, I'm using a USB to Serial cable), since,
> that is the only one I have been able to use for the motes, and I have checked /dev/ to confirm that...
> Now I'm wondering if something is wrong with my computer itself...if that is the case, then it may be
> easy to solve the problem I guess though I won't be able to test this out on another machine until tomorrow
> Leena Kowser Ganguli
>> Date: Sat, 16 Feb 2008 18:34:55 -0700
>> From: schip at santafe.edu
>> To: lk_ganguli at hotmail.com
>> CC: tinyos-help at millennium.berkeley.edu
>> Subject: Re: [Tinyos-help] Problems with TestSerial
>> ooh, I see, it's a "command" to the testserial program...hain't never used it...
>> But it sounds like you have the same problem with Listen as well,
>> and kevin has fixed your '/' syntax too....unfortunately you have
>> removed the email traceback and I can't remember what the original
>> error message was. I think it was in the realm of file-not-found...
>> Are you sure that your base-station is attached to USB0? And that
>> is the correct name on your system?
>> Leena Ganguli wrote:
>>>> What command are you running to get the bash complaint?
>>>> It looks like the shell wants a file name where you
>>>> have put the serial... string.
>>> I am using the command
>>> as described in the Mote to PC tutorial located here:
>>> So the file name part doesn't really seem to make any sense...
>>> Leena Kowser Ganguli
>>> It's simple! Sell your car for just $30 at CarPoint.com.au
>> Platform: WinXP/Cygwin
>> TinyOS version: 1.x, Boomerang
>> Programmer: MIB510
>> Device(s): Mica2, MicaZ, Tmote
>> Sensor board: homebrew
> It's simple! Sell your car for just $30 at CarPoint.com.au
TinyOS version: 1.x, Boomerang
Device(s): Mica2, MicaZ, Tmote
Sensor board: homebrew
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