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Bus Pirate and Mac OSX tutorial

Posted on Friday, September 3rd, 2010 in Bus Pirate by Ian

Steve sent in an illustrated guide to connecting a Bus Pirate to Mac OSX (updated link). This guide is consistent with the most recent v5.x firmwares and Bus Pirate v3.

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2 Responses to “Bus Pirate and Mac OSX tutorial”

  1. steve says:

    Hi,
    the link is broken it should be:

    http://hardcoreforensics.com/index.php?p=1_4_BusPirate-V3

    Unfortunately my old domain has been “jacked”, after transferring to a new hosting service, thanks “justhost.com”…………

  2. rsdio says:

    Bus Pirate v4 works fine without a driver installation. Also, rather than download any of the listed third-party terminal programs, you can use ‘screen /dev/cu.usbmodem* 115200’ and it works just fine. If you have multiple USB serial devices, you might want to change the device file name appropriately.

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