[time-nuts] uCenter driver
kb8tq at n1k.org
Sun Nov 30 16:57:54 EST 2014
I have never seen driver level com port allocation problems on any version of Windows using the FTDI drivers. They have always been well behaved and stable. That’s why I designing in their chips ….
> On Nov 30, 2014, at 4:53 PM, Hal Murray <hmurray at megapathdsl.net> wrote:
> michael.cook at sfr.fr said:
>> There has recently been comments on the COM port allocation in relation to
>> the LTE-Lite project which reminded me that I have seen an issue trying to
>> run multiple instances of the uCenter software in order to monitor/configure
>> multiple uBlox receivers at the same time. Unfortunately only one virtual
>> COM port is created located to the first instance. I cannot get multiple COM
>> ports allocated when plugging in another unit. Anyone seen this? ...
> The LTE-Lite uses a vanilla FTDI serial to USB chip. I use Linux and often
> have more than one plugged into a system without any problems.
> I'd be surprised if Windows has troubles with more than one. (But I've been
> surprised before.)
> I don't know anything about the uCenter software.
> Can you talk to both with your favorite terminal program?
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