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Using the Bus Pirate with Arch Linux

Thursday, March 18th, 2010

scj made a wiki about using the Bus Pirate with Arch Linux. It covers creating a udev rule to name the Bus Pirate /dev/buspirate, and communication with minicom, screen, and picocom. Thanks for the tip!

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Create /dev/bus_pirate on Linux

Friday, October 16th, 2009

blue.zener demonstrates some handy Linux UDEV foo that assigns the Bus Pirate to /dev/bus_pirate, instead of the boring /dev/ttyusb. This can be used to give any device a more memorable name under Linux. Thanks for the tip! [Tux image]

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