Building serialusb on RasPi?

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redion1992
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Building serialusb on RasPi?

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Hi there,
I'm attempting to prepare some captures for the PDP adapter emulation discussed here, but I don't quite get what's necessary to build the serialusb package for the Raspberry Pi. Any quick guides as to how to get this working from basically scratch?

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Re: Building serialusb on RasPi?

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I just pushed a debian package for raspbian here: https://github.com/matlo/serialusb/releases/tag/v0.7
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Re: Building serialusb on RasPi?

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Nice, thanks. Just got around to testing it. Unfortunately, I got the following on one side:

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unhandled descriptor type: 0x41
Opened device: VID 0x1bad PID 0x1138 PATH 01:01:03
configuration: 1
  interface: 0:0
    endpoint: IN INTERRUPT 1
    endpoint: OUT INTERRUPT 2
  interface: 1:0
    endpoint: IN INTERRUPT 2 -> 3
  interface: 2:0
proxy.c:731 proxy_start: Failed to start the proxy: initialization timeout expired!
Capture failed.
And on the other side:

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Opened device: VID 0x0e6f PID 0x0175 PATH 01:01:05
configuration: 1
  interface: 0:0
    endpoint: IN INTERRUPT 1
    endpoint: OUT INTERRUPT 1 -> 2
proxy.c:731 proxy_start: Failed to start the proxy: initialization timeout expired!
Capture failed.

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Re: Building serialusb on RasPi?

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There is a communication issue on the adapter side. Check wiring and cables.
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Re: Building serialusb on RasPi?

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Ah, I thought I could connect them afterwards in order to attempt to proxy the handshakes, but no luck on that. Thanks anyway - I'm continuing to look into that project of replicating the PDP adapter and could probably use a hand over there.

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