Well i’m happy to say that your. Worked for me too on a Raspberry Pi model B using a powered hub. Worked great on my Dell E laptop. Just a note, the deb package I created isn’t a custom kernel, rather it is just adds the missing keyspan module compiled from the same kernel source version as the generic Ubuntu kernel package. Fedora comes installed with the driver: Enable your driver and build. To post a comment you must log in.
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Using a Tripp Lite Keyspan USAHS USB serial adapter with Debian Linux
Steve Langasek vorlon wrote on BB code is On. About Me I’m a software developer focused on all facets of enterprise solutions and technologies. Keyspan 4 port adapter converter now attached to ttyUSB0 [ Keyspan 4 jsb adapter converter detected [ Thanks for deb Denis, works for me.
But the kernel build system is already complex without adding the debian layers around it, and I’m fairly lost So, Denis, if you’re listening, can you give me a pointer as to which files to edit?
I have been trying to add a seriak port to my sedial pi without successthen i found some old keyspan dongles usa The main keyspan serial driver is still needed for most keyspan serial adapters including mines!
Patch for Keyspan USB-serial adapter…
I’m wary of compiling my own kernel Find More Posts by gb Just a note, the deb package I created isn’t a custom kernel, rather it is just adds the linu keyspan module compiled from the same kernel source version as the generic Ubuntu kernel package.
I have the exact same problem. Brian Murray brian-murray wrote on Unfortunately this left me without Intel wireless support, hence my efforts to build the module package instead.
Are you new to LinuxQuestions. I love these old Keyspan devices! I have now built a.
Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies. This is what I use here: Keyspan 4 port uzb converter now attached to ttyUSB3. When you get the source for the kernel, do a make xconfig and then search for keyspan. Maybe if I get some free time this weekend I’ll finally get around to building an updated package.
Unfortunately we can’t fix it, because your description doesn’t yet have enough information. Ok, roll your own. Except I am trying to connect to a 19HS. Setial can probably tell, but I’m very, very new to Ubuntu and Linux in general.
Probably I don’t understand where all I have to edit to re-enable the keyspan driver. I just downloaded the source for the kernel from Ubuntu, followed these steps: Hence, after installing my package you are still using the generic kernel, you just have one additional file added to the modules directory to restore the missing functionality.
Thank keyspxn for all your hard work in fixing this problem and sharing it with the rest of the community. You can leave a responseor trackback from your own site.
Net, to name a few. The driver is disabled in Debian and Ubuntu because the firmware it requires to function is not open-source: Here is the Gutsy macbook pro where it doesn’t work: