I have used a bunch of the SABRENT SBT-CUS6M usb/serial cables from newegg - they work perfectly with Linux and Gumstix.

    Steve


John Haserick wrote:
Yes I am using a USB-serial converter, which works under linux, and windwos.  The support is built into recent kernels....I am using a Keyspan USB-serial module,  (P/N: USA-19HS).   I haven't hadnt any troubles with it thus far.

~J

On 2/10/07, Sam Green <samgreen@gmail.com> wrote:
Is anybody using one to attach a the gumstix null modem cable to a pc
with no serial port? If so, what brand are you using?

Thanks,
Sam

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