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    Papilio Pro Serial Ports missing in Linux Mint

    Thanks for the tips on programming the ZPUino using Papilioloader. I'm able to connect and download now.
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    Papilio Pro Serial Ports missing in Linux Mint

    Running ZAP with sudo seems to work. I did it two different ways with similar results. 1. sudo -i source ftdi_users.sh ./zap 2. sudo ./zap I opened the Blink example and did the verify. When I click the "Upload" button I get a message in orange "Cannot get programmer version, aborting". I'll do some more experiments/trials next weekend to see if I can make more progress. The GUI seems to be working on Linux Mint17 with the only issue being that when you select an item (i.e. dev/ttyUSB1 or Papilio Programmer) the description is blanked out. I don't have the Arduinio IDE installed. This is the first time I've used anything related to Arduinio. My interest in this was based off the "Build a SoC Over Lunch" article by Colin O'Flynn in Circuit Cellar.
  3. I'm a new user to linux, papilio, arduinio. I've got the Zap GUI running but when I go to tools->Serial Port I only see socket:tcp/7263. I'm missing the two serial ports the quick start quide says I should see? I downloaded the 64-bit rxtx file suggested in a previous help topic which allowed the GUI to start. I'm using Linux Mint 17. The Papilio Pro is running on my linux system because I can compile VHDL on Xilinx ISE and download using the Papilio loader. I can use "dmesg | grep tty" to see the FTDI serial ports come and go as I unplug the Papilio Pro. I get message "FTDI USB Serial Device ... attached to ttyUSB0"