[chirp_users] re udev / dialout group problem

Jim Rorick
Mon Dec 9 12:45:11 PST 2019

Phil -

you can also do the following:

lsusb and lsusb -v

to see if the cable/device is recognized by your PC. That will let you
know if there is a hardware. And while it's not a good idea, you could
try running chirp with SUDO elevated privlidges. If that works, neet to
go back to the udev rules and/or groups...


jim KA3LXM

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