[NTLK] DyneTK 1.7.3, OSX Lion 10.7.2, and Keyspan 28xg connection trouble

Vladislav Korotnev vladkorotnev at mail.ru
Wed Nov 23 13:00:59 EST 2011

try this command in terminal:
ls /dev/cu.*
ls /dev/tty.*
to see all serial device files in /dev.
Not sure which one to use though. I never got it working with my homemade Serial-USB adapter
~ Vladislav Korotnev

On 23.11.2011, at 23:56, Warren Ockrassa wrote:

> Well, because I can't leave well enough alone. the MP120 I got is
> chugging along nicely. Being the geek that I've pretty much been all
> my life, I located DyneTK and figured what the heck. It's an
> interesting package!
> I got the toolkit installed on the 120, have it set to connect by
> serial, and have tried the serial port options in DyneTK (/dev/ttys0
> ... 4) - and consistently get 'Can't open serial port - Bad file
> descriptor' as the error in DyneTK. On the 120, tapping 'Connect
> Inspector' gives me a timeout after about 30 seconds.
> I have managed to connect via NCX for installing, backing up, and
> syncing, so the 120 can talk to the Mac.
> The system info pane on the Mac tells me that the Keyspan is attached,
> on which hub, etc, but doesn't tell me which serial port it's working
> through.
> Are there troubleshooting steps I should be following?
> -- 
> -- Warren Ockrassa | nightwares.com
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