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Is there any way to get this system to work with Mac OS X I can not for the likes of me get this GUCA adapter to work.
Use the Calculator to convert the numbers. Many thanks in advance! The question is can I actually get a driver that supports Lion in 64 bit mode for this adapter. Email required Address never made public. Dale [ Reply to This ]. I have not found anything to do vt emulation using a serial port.
So in the end you have something like this: Just install driver from http: This is necessary; the ProlificUsbSerial kernel extension is owned by root.
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The following comments are owned by whoever posted them. Jason on November 20, at 1: Save the file as described in the article. Did not work on my system but this other driver did: Follow Rolande’s Ramblings on WordPress. Thanks for the tip.
Apple gets what it pays for Review: Thankfully, the answer is yes. Thanks for the tip.
However you need to change the copied section just above the copied section to create a different key for the driver.
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Srinath on March 15, at 7: Buggar for both you two. Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment: Add another product vendor key to support multiple vendors. So, I was determined to figure out how to get it to work, liln I no longer have any physical machines uc2332a Windows or with serial ports.
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So in the end you have something like this:. Still works great for Yosemite Like Like.
I find a post that mentions that because this particular adapter was only supported with the original 32 bit drivers that Lion essentially disabled support because of the default 64 bit subsystem. But I have put up a guide and instruction for obtaining the drivers on my page: I was still walking around with my old mac book just in case i needed liln usb to serial connection… thanks.