When I run the MTD calibration tool, it will actually act like it recognizes you touching the screen but still no mouse activation. I have both a Aten converter and one of the Up9s. Posted September 12, Mark this reply as best answer, if it answered your question. Posted September 29, I have tried it through a Xenith session as well. I have upgraded the Xenith to 1.
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I usb to serial u232-p9 having a major problem with these devices uP9. Or do you see something if you plugin the adapter in the device manager that there is a new device? Just doesnt fo to transmit the data. Upvote if you found this answer helpful or interesting.
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Please sign in to comment You will be able to leave a comment after signing in Sign In Now. Upvote if you also usb to serial u232-p9 this question or find it interesting. The Aten gets real active when the MTDs try and load where the U just does not seem to get all that excited. How would I turn on Redirection in XenControler?
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FWIW, the serial device is a 3M touchscreen with a serial interface. Posted September 29, Posted September 28, From what I have read, the U device is the only one this is really supported by Wyse. Strangely, I seem to get closer to getting this working with the Aten, Seria, neither one will actually usb to serial u232-p9 the mouse cursor.
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Should I be installing the drivers in ZenApp?
Please give as much detail as possible. The instructions state I usb to serial u232-p9 see a new com port and a new usb adapter cable in the device manager, after a reboot. No, I have not tried this on a physical machine but will when I get back on site.
I really think this has to do with IRQs and IO addresses but can not get the adapters to show me where they are configured. I am running XenServer 5. Apologies for the inconvenience.
You will be able to leave a comment after signing in. Now, on the Xenith, yes in the device, you do see the adapter and it moves depending on which port it is plugged into.
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I have even tried usv driver install on a machine through the Xenith device, all with no changes to the VM device manager. Very New to usb to serial u232-p9 this but learning quickly. All of this is to be done before plugging in the adapter. Thank you all for your help.
Any Insight would be greatly appreciated. I am not on site, but will check on that first thing.