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OS 10.4 - USB Device Location

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I have a PL 2303 USB to Serial Adapter that I am trying to find its location in /dev/?. I have a application asking for the location but I have no idea which one it is and nothing looks indicative to the device.

I do have the right drivers installed and it shows up in the profiler, just have no idea how to find its physical mounted location.
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