Mac OS X Universal Binary Driver v2.0.0 (PKG file format) For Mac OS High Sierra (version 10.15) - see NOTE below. For Mac OS High Sierra (version 10.14) For Mac OS High Sierra (version 10.13) For Mac OS X Sierra (version 10.12) For Mac OS X El Capitan (version 10.11) For Mac OS X Yosemite (version 10.10) For Mac OS X Mavericks (version 10.9). CuteCom is a graphical serial terminal, like minicom or Hyperterminal on Windows. It is aimed mainly at hardware developers or other people who need a terminal to talk to their devices. CuteCom doesn't use the autotools (autoconf, automake, libtool, etc.) Instead 'configure' is simply a. Possible Mac OS X.pkg download: Dr. Frey: Minicom download and info; at the bottom PL2303 USB serial driver (untested): PL2303 USB to Serial Driver for Mac OS X The minicom program from the MacPorts collection can be used to access the USB serial.
Command+Spaceand type Terminal and press enter/return key.
ruby -e '$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)' < /dev/null 2> /dev/null
brew install minicom
Done! You can now use
Minicom is a menu driven communications program. It emulates ANSI and VT102 terminals. The current version is 2.4, from 2009-12-20.
Installing it on Mac OS X is quite easy, thanks to the MacPorts (formerly Darwin Ports) mechanisms:
$ sudo port install minicomAdobe acrobat pro 10 for macbook.
The result is /opt/local/bin/minicom, and, if MacPorts were installed properly, should already be in the PATH.
Before using minicom, the default configuration should be created:
$ sudo touch /opt/local/etc/minirc.dfl
$ sudo minicom -s
Additional configurations can be created, for example by saving the default configuration to a configuration with another name, for example dbg. The serial port is stored in the configuration, so it is not needed to specify it every time.
Further use of this new configuration is possible by refering to the given name:
$ minicom dbg