We’d like to send AT commands to the eval board. We’re on a mac running latest version of macOS. If we hook up the board to this laptop, we’re seeing a device appear in /dev which is shown if we do “ls -d /dev”, namely: /dev/tty.usbserial-30
So then we figured, let’s use minicom to open the port and send something;
% minicom -b 115200 -D /dev/tty.usbserial-30
We’d expect that minicom opens the port, and we can type commands. However, this isn’t happening. We can’t type anything, and neither does the device appear to send something back.
Since the device appears in /dev, we figured that macOS includes the driver for serial-over-USB communication. Can anyone confirm this, or enlighten us? Sorry…love using the term we instead of i