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OS 10.5 - ZTerm and USB to serial problem


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I need help. I am trying to get ZTerm to recognize a USB to serial (DB9) connection and am failing miserably in doing so. I suspect it is a driver problem, but I can't find drivers online. What I am connecting to is a satelite TV receiver (FTA - Coolsat).

Any suggestions? All help will be rewarded by years of gratitude.

G4PPC; 1.25 GHz; OSX 10.4
IBookG4; 1.33 GHz; OSX 10.5

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