Most Sealevel serial adapters use the serial drivers built into the Linux kernel. For USB and UART-based serial adapters, the Linux drivers may need additional information in order to provide access to the Sealevel serial device. For SeaLINK Ethernet serial servers, Sealevel offers a dedicated Linux driver.
- To configure UART-based serial adapters, please read How to configure UART-based serial adapters in Linux.
- To configure USB serial adapters, please read How to configure USB serial adapters in Linux.
- For Ethernet serial servers, please download the Sealevel SeaLINK software driver for Linux.
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