|Sounds like the device is being claimed by GPSd - I'd imagine you are using the latest ubuntu.|
Shut it down by typing
sudo /etc/init.d/gpsd stop
Once gpsd is stopped, remove the device and then plug it back in again.
Typing "dmesg" should show the device being attached to "/dev/ttyUSB0".
You also need to make sure you've installed the UDEV rules as per the Software installation page of the wiki if you get a "permission denied" error.
To permanently stop it at boot, type
sudo update-rc.d remove -f gpsd
Hope that does the trick!
On 21 Jun 2010, at 17:51, Jeffrey Lastuka wrote:
<usboutput.txt> I am getting "no USB device" error when I try to upload. I made a new AC, used the funjetfmi1.xml file and commented out the X-bee transport lines and uncommented the lines underneath the #TRANSPARENT heading. I set my target to ap is this correct? I have my mini usb plugged into the FTDI utility board, and the three-prong picoblade cable from the FTDI board to the bottom middle eight-prong port on the TWOG. I plugged in the usb side of things before connecting the power to the board. I have attached a copy of what changes when I plug and unplug the connected FTDI cable. The system recognizes “GPS0”, so I don’t think it is a problem with the USB settings on my Linux Laptop. As you can probably tell, I am new to a lot of the software aspects of the paparazzi project! Thanks for any advice!
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