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Brookhouse MUX
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Hello,

Want to run OP on RPi 3; use a Brookhouse USB Seatalk MUX for all NMEA 0183 and  ST devices.
The MUX has a USB, RS422 and RS323 output. My intention is to connect the USB output to the RPi 3. But, as far as I know has the MUX a USB driver only for Windows. So, how to solve this "problem"?
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#2
Have you already connected? what the USB manager says?
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(05-17-2016, 08:51 AM)Sailoog Wrote: Have you already connected? what the USB manager says?

Thanks for your quick reply.
No, the MUX is not yet connected because I just received the RPi 3 and still have to order OP.

But thinking in advance I realised there might be a problem with the Usb driver.
So first of all I'll buy the OP SD.

In the meantime I can connect my Laptop (running Linux Mint) to the MUX and see what's happening.

I now see I made a mistake in my first mail RS323 must be RS232.

Compliments to all of you for the great OP programm.
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Good news, I downloaded the windows file from their site and it's the prolific driver which is in the linux kernel. Test it on your Linux Mint, I am quite sure it will work out of the box.
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(05-17-2016, 03:42 PM)Sailoog Wrote: Good news, I downloaded the windows file from their site and it's the prolific driver which is in the linux kernel. Test it on your Linux Mint, I am quite sure it will work out of the box.

Thank you very much.

I'll let you know asap the result.
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