Reply Helpful Thread reply – more options Link to this Post. Here’s the link to the page: Vesa on November 13, at 1: SDEngineerRich on Aug 08, ’12 I had many problems with the drivers that shipped with the adapter, but I haven’t had any problems with these drivers. They are “probably” working on it according to tech support. So I do a quick Google search looking for any info on this product.
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Bill Gertz on March 24, at 7: Iskandar on May 8, at 6: So I do a quick Google search looking for buc232a info on this product. Sean on March 6, at 4: Follow Blog via Email. Worked great even on OS X News from Macworld Lyft for Work iogewr Uber for Business in the battle for corporate dollars Let the right one in: I upgraded recently to mountain lion and discovered today onsite with a customer that the Keyspan USB 2 serial adapter no longer works.
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Macworld MacUser iPhone Central. Iain Williams on June 11, at May 10, Top stuff Like Like. It took me a few weeks of trial and error and searching around to finally resolve the issue. Gordon Shephard ghshephard on May 14, at 4: Dec 6, 1: Thomas N on October 6, at 6: Some are compatable and others have been left in the dust! I had almost given up on my trusty pl cable. Nano 7 – backgrounds Dale [ Reply to This ]. Randy Jedlink Randy Jedlink.
Not having this cable, I haven’t tested these instructions. Dec 6, The Prolific USB-serial driver is very poor quality.
Boots fine after that. Click here for complete coverage of Lion on Macworld. For those that don’t know, this is software for connecting a computer to a car and reading troubleshooting diagnostic codes and acquiring real-time engine sensor data Sep gucc232a, 2: Still works great for Yosemite Like Like.
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I use ZTerm to access the serial devices. This is necessary; the ProlificUsbSerial kernel extension is owned by root.
Then select “Open” from the context menu. From reading other posts, the problems we’ve been having may be the result of incorrectly set permissions. I presume it’s some sandboxing issue and developer code that prevents it from working.