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With different devices, it works on Mac OSX (and probably linux) #4

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drf5n opened this Issue Jul 19, 2018 · 1 comment

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drf5n commented Jul 19, 2018

Try this bit of code in cardReader.py:

    ...
    c = ['/dev/tty.usbserial']
    for x in range(0, 255):
        c.append('COM' + str(x))
    for x in c:
        try:
            self.__serialConn = serial.Serial(x)  # opens the serial port
            print("Worked: "+x)
    ...

And you can easily add other likely devices in the c=[...] list.

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manwinder123 Jul 27, 2018

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Hey @drf5n,

I am unable to try the code as I sold the MSR605 I had 😵.

I'll leave this issue up for visibility and not close it.

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manwinder123 commented Jul 27, 2018

Hey @drf5n,

I am unable to try the code as I sold the MSR605 I had 😵.

I'll leave this issue up for visibility and not close it.

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