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Serial console not working
#1
I have connected the Tinker Edge T to MacBook Pro using a usb c cable. Using screen </dev/device> 115200 is blank. Also, mdt devices or mdt shell is not able to find it.
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#2
(02-16-2020, 02:38 AM)naveen Wrote: I have connected the Tinker Edge T to MacBook Pro using a usb c cable. Using screen </dev/device> 115200 is blank. Also, mdt devices or mdt shell is not able to find it.

Default serial console is from 40-pin header (also it is the only way) that located on pin 8 (for UART_TX), pin 10 (for UART_RX), suggest to use a "UART to USB" cable to connect from 40-pin header to PC for serial port function. No serial port function through USB C port on Tinker Edge T board.

Thanks.
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(02-18-2020, 08:28 AM)Jared_Kung Wrote:
(02-16-2020, 02:38 AM)naveen Wrote: I have connected the Tinker Edge T to MacBook Pro using a usb c cable. Using screen </dev/device> 115200 is blank. Also, mdt devices or mdt shell is not able to find it.

Default serial console is from 40-pin header (also it is the only way) that located on pin 8 (for UART_TX), pin 10 (for UART_RX), suggest to use a "UART to USB" cable to connect from 40-pin header to PC for serial port function. No serial port function through USB C port on Tinker Edge T board.

Thanks.

Thanks, I will try soon. By the way how to connect USB to ethernet?
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(02-18-2020, 09:37 AM)naveen Wrote:
(02-18-2020, 08:28 AM)Jared_Kung Wrote:
(02-16-2020, 02:38 AM)naveen Wrote: I have connected the Tinker Edge T to MacBook Pro using a usb c cable. Using screen </dev/device> 115200 is blank. Also, mdt devices or mdt shell is not able to find it.

Default serial console is from 40-pin header (also it is the only way) that located on pin 8 (for UART_TX), pin 10 (for UART_RX), suggest to use a "UART to USB" cable to connect from 40-pin header to PC for serial port function. No serial port function through USB C port on Tinker Edge T board.

Thanks.

Thanks, I will try soon. By the way how to connect USB to ethernet?

Do you need a USB to Ethernet adapter to connect to a network? Or you need set Tinker Edge T as a network Card for USBNET function?
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(02-20-2020, 03:10 AM)Jared_Kung Wrote:
(02-18-2020, 09:37 AM)naveen Wrote:
(02-18-2020, 08:28 AM)Jared_Kung Wrote:
(02-16-2020, 02:38 AM)naveen Wrote: I have connected the Tinker Edge T to MacBook Pro using a usb c cable. Using screen </dev/device> 115200 is blank. Also, mdt devices or mdt shell is not able to find it.

Default serial console is from 40-pin header (also it is the only way) that located on pin 8 (for UART_TX), pin 10 (for UART_RX), suggest to use a "UART to USB" cable to connect from 40-pin header to PC for serial port function. No serial port function through USB C port on Tinker Edge T board.

Thanks.

Thanks, I will try soon. By the way how to connect USB to ethernet?

Do you need a USB to Ethernet adapter to connect to a network? Or you need set Tinker Edge T as a network Card for USBNET function?

I want to connect to Tinker Edge T ethernet over usb connection to ssh.
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#6
Hi Naveen,

The below link will be helpful to your required. Please check, thanks.

https://coral.ai/docs/dev-board/mdt/
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#7
Thanks, I will try soon
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#8
Excellent share
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#9
The most common cause of serial port communication problems is incorrect communication parameter settings. To operate correctly it is essential that both devices are set up with the same communication parameters, which includes baud rate, parity, number of data bits, and number of stop bits.
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