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Old 09-20-2012, 12:15 AM   #17
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I'm trying to repeat the procedure you used but I have a few questions:

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Originally Posted by stangri View Post
So following the DXG serial access thread I popped the plastic cover, got the USB/RS232 TTL adaptor plugged into my Mac and I could get into the login prompt once connected to Demo DXG.
1. Did you modify the USB/RS232 TTL adapter in any way? Can you describe which terminals/wires you connected to which plates on the serial port? (My current setup, from left to right, is: 1=5V 2=TXD 3=RXD 4=Ground)

2. How do you get to the login prompt mentioned above? I'm assuming you're using Terminal, but what program?

I'll probably ask you about the rest of post as I get to those steps.
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