ModuleConnector use in Linux

Discussion in 'Module Connector (MC)' started by ZLH_S, Jul 6, 2018.

  1. ZLH_S

    ZLH_S New Member

    I want to use ModuleConnector on ubuntu system, but I have the following questions.
    1:Whether the hardware connection can pass the USB, why is there such a problem, because I mentioned the serial port when I read the description of the ModuleConnector documentation. But I don't think I can use the serial port, just use USB.
    2:Why do I see the "Modw based c++ compiler and linker and merit make" when I look at the ModuleConnector-unix-1.2.2 documentation, can I ignore it?
    ModuleConnector version:ModuleConnector-unix-1.2.2.
    ubuntu system version:Ubuntu 18.04 LTS.
  2. Charlie Shao

    Charlie Shao Moderator Staff Member

    Hi ZLH_S,
    Are you using ModuleConnector-unix-1.2.2 on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS?
    The lastest version of MC is 1.4.3, we have done test on Ubuntu 17.04. Are you able to try this combination?
  3. ZLH_S

    ZLH_S New Member

    Hi Charlie,
    I know ModuleConnector up to the minute versions is 1.4.3, but I used XeThru Explorer for Linux 2.6.0 software to update the FW and ModuleConnector. According to the description of XeThru Explorer 2.6.0, The ModuleConnector version will be updated to v1.2.2. So I chose ModuleConnector-unix-1.2.2.
    Thank you