Cannot set baud rate on USB serial port for Ubuntu 12.04. When I try setting the baud rate with stty I get: $ sudo stty -F /dev/ttyUSB0 115200 stty: /dev/ttyUSB0: unable to perform all requested operations. $ sudo setserial /dev/ttyUSB0 -a Cannot get serial info: Invalid argument $ sudo setserial /dev/ttyS0 -a /dev/ttyS0, Line 0, UART.
Recently I have been trying to learn how to program Arduino in Code::Blocks. I used the AVR project wizard to create my project. The program compiles flawlessly into a .hex file that I want to upload using avrdude. I've already looked for about an hour for a solution, but none of them that I find actually work. I am running on Ubuntu, if that is important. Here is what I get in the command line:
I am running avrdude in the directory that the .hex file is located. I looked in the Arduino IDE and the programmer is AVR ISP, the chip is ATmega168, and the port used is
/dev/ttyUSB0/. I've already tried the arduino programmer option in avrdude. This is the Duemilanove board that I am using and it has an FTDI chip on it.
I am quite puzzled by this and any help would be appreciated. Thanks.Ricardo
I think the problem is that your port is /dev/ttyUSB0 and not /dev/ttyUSB0/
This message means your operating system can't open the (virtual) serial port /dev/ttyUSB0. There are a few things to check:
- Is the Arduino connected to your computer?
- Do a
ls /dev/ttyUSB*. Sometimes, when you disconnect and reconnect the Arduino, it gets a different name, like ttyUSB1.
After a bit more trouble shooting, I found that avrdude needed the baud rate. I found this by looking at the terminal that the Arduino IDE uses while it was uploading. The baud rate needs to be set with -b 19200.
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I am wanted to write a module which should read/write into a Virtual serial port created by a USB serial driver viz /dev/ttyUSB0. How to achieve this? please provide some pointers.