>> I wonder if anybody ever tried to connect to a serial device through
>> usb using the ft232r converter by ftdi (www.ftdichip.com) on a linux
>> box in a qt-application.
>> I compiled the module and my system finds the converter on ttyUSB0.
>> what I need was the possiblity to change properties like buffering,
>> parity, flow-control, ... in a qt-application.
>Why using ft232r in a Qt application as opposed to a non-Qt application
makes a difference?
I think he expects that Qt abstracts the serial control interfaces for
linux, windows, mac, etc.
He should be looking at tcgetattr/tcsetattr in linux man pages instead
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