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YAD2XX ------ YAD2XX is a Java native interface to the FTDI D2XX USB driver. README.txt Stephen Davies 2 July, 2012 (orig) 18 November, 2016 (update) Getting Started --------------- You MUST install the FTDI driver from the FTDI website. See http://www.ftdichip.com/Drivers/D2XX.htm YAD2XX Installation ------------------- Users of this project need to understand that a Java Native Interface consists of two files. The first is the projects Java library, yad2xxJava-*.jar. The JAR file contains compiled Java bytecode and is platform independent. You need to download this and make it available on your projects CLASSPATH. The second download file is platform dependent. You will need to choose between the Windows x64 or OS X variants. This file contains the platform dependent implementation code (native code). Windows x64 ----------- On Windows x64 (I've tested on Windows 7) you should download, virus scan, and copy FTDIInterface.dll to c:\windows\system32. The current FTDI CDM (Combined Driver Model) contains D2XX and VCP drivers. By default both are enabled. This means the FTDI device will be 'owned' by Windows as a COM port. Open the Windows Device Manager to verify. To use the device via its D2XX driver you need to perform the following using the Device Manager: 1) Expand the item 'Universal SerialBus controllers' 2) Select the nested item 'USB Serial Converter' 3) Right mouse click (open context menu) then left mouse click on 'Properties', this opens a dialog window 4) Select the 'Advanced' tab 5) Uncheck the 'Load VCP' option 6) Exit the dialog window This will disable the VCP driver, leaving the D2XX driver as the sole interface. Unplug the device and restart Windows. OS X (Yosemite and earlier) --------------------------- Copy libFTDIInterface.jnilib to /usr/lib/java. OS X (El Capitan) --------------------------- Apple have tightened up system security and /usr/lib is no longer writable. Copy libFTDIInterface.jnilib to /Library/Java/Extensions. JAR File -------- From 0.3 onward there will be two project JAR files. The sample code runs at the command line and is based on Apache Commons CLI code. If you're not sure which JAR file to use then select the 'with-dependencies' version. This makes things easier as all the required classes are packaged in a single library. If you can live without the sample code then use the smaller JAR file. First Steps ----------- Insert your device and try running the sample program 'ListDevices'. >java -cp yad2xxJava-0.3-with-dependencies.jar net.sf.yad2xx.samples.ListDevices This will list the attached FTDI devices and their capabilities. If this deson't work then recheck the steps outlined above. If all else fails raise a ticket.
Source: README.txt, updated 2016-11-18

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