[chirp_users] Yaesu FT-2DR and Mac OS 10.13.3 (High, Sierra) Programming Cable Recommendation

Dave B g8kbv at uku.co.uk
Mon Feb 19 01:30:44 PST 2018

Under Windows, you can use USBview.

This is actually a genuine Microsoft tool, but it's almost impossible to
find on any MS site.
It's too useful not to have!

For Linux:-
Is very good, but you need to build from source.  In truth, it's a
modified fork of the source for the above Microsoft program.
You also need to run it with root privileges, or use sudo from the users
command line, or gksu in a desktop launcher.

If there is anything similar for Mac's, I have no knowledge.  Perhaps
the Linux source could be persuaded to build on a Mac?  But how useful
it would be, I don't know, as Mac's are based on BSD, not Linux, the
devil is in the detail etc.


Dave G0WBX.

On 18/02/18 20:00, chirp_users-request at intrepid.danplanet.com wrote:
> Date: Sat, 17 Feb 2018 19:22:24 -0500
> From: "D.J.J. Ring, Jr." <n1ea at arrl.net>
> Subject: Re: [chirp_users] Yaesu FT-2DR and Mac OS 10.13.3 (High
> 	Sierra) Programming Cable Recommendation
> To: Discussion of CHIRP <chirp_users at intrepid.danplanet.com>
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> The cable does not know and does not care which program runs on a computer
> it is plugged into.
> The cable you have should work fine IF the cable hardware is supported  by
> In linux there are commands like lsusb and lshw which would tell what USB
> devicee are plugged in.
> That is how I found out the type USB cable I had.
> 73
> DR
> N1EA

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