Thanks for reading!
I’ve connected my micro maestro via USB to my mac and I’m trying to find the two virtual serial port numbers the maestro created, so I can control the servos via a MATLAB function I found on the forums: movePololuServo(port, channel, servo_setting).
How can I find the serial port numbers? Are the numbers generated only when the maestro is plugged into mac? Can they be found from the control software on windows?
I tried looking through the forum for an answer, some people have found the serial number here but I dont know how they did it.
There is mention in the comments here about using the Linux control centre, if there’s no clear answer I might try that.
Some background info:
-I setup the maestro on a windows computer and put it in USB Dual Mode.
-I’ve tried using instfindall() in terminal, but it returns nothing. Do i need to put a term in the brackets so terminal knows what to look for?
-I’ve tried typing /dev/cu.* into terminal and i get the following response:
bash: /dev/tty.Bluetooth-Incoming-Port: Permission denied
-Using OSX 10.12.3
Thank you for your help!