ProntoEdit is the computer application provided by Philips that allows you to download, edit, and upload the detailed configurations for the Pronto Remote. Please login or register. Would you be kind to tell us which one is working fine with you and what are the tricks to make it working. If you see more than one Keystone network device make this change for all of them. Thanks Coyote, I’ll give that driver a try tonight although they don’t mention Belkin specifically. Yves has a good idea in that I am resolved to having to buy a new serial to usb adaptor it would be helpful to know which ones have worked for others and what if anything they had to do to get them working. The reasons for this are that the Linux kernel has always had good drivers for the popular serial technologies, and manufacturers usually focus on writing Windows drivers, so the Macs are a bit of a half-hearted effort.
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Snow Leopard, Lion, and Mountain Lion. Would you be kind to tell us which one is working fine with you and what are the tricks liin make it working.
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This makes it more difficult to get them working on OS releases later than Snow Leopard. Okay back to the well one more time for help. No universal remotes made today are as versatile as the original Philips Pronto line. The link that dafuser provided does not work as it appears the server at geneder.
Serial to USB on Mac
Macs come with all the standard unix clients. Thanks again, I’ll load the driver tonight and post the results. I have a couple devices I use that are RS, and the adapter below has served me well for years under Windows and Mac Leopard for communicating with them. Clanger on January 04, View 10 previous comments. Yves has a good idea in that I am resolved to having to buy a new serial to usb adaptor it would be helpful to know which ones have worked for others beelkin what if liob they had to do to get them working.
The Keyspan USAHS adapter is also hackable and programablealthough I did not need to do anything special like that to get it working.
When you run Tonto, it also brings up a console window with options to see the log files, clear caches, etc. January 04, I hope I mqc not being a pain in the Go into preferences and perform the following steps:.
GiffS on January 05, Thanks for the input folks. I am really hoping to get my weather station data on to my Mac as I don’t want to have a Windows machine simply as a weather display. Yves on January 04, Did you miss your activation email?
How To Program a Philips Pronto Using USB on Mac OS X – Keith Barrett Online
The app I’m using is specific for a piece of hardware; it’s not an interactive terminal program. I’m looking for a little help. The reasons for this are that the Linux kernel has always had good drivers for the popular serial technologies, and manufacturers usually focus on writing Windows drivers, so the Macs are a bit of a half-hearted effort.
Unfortunately the app I need only runs on Windows and Mac, plus I want the most reliable adapter I can have. Plus xmodem, kermit, uusp, It was a popular adapter using a common chipset.
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For Linux the PL Chipset is probably the best choice. Belkiin, I seem to be saying that a lot here! If that’s what you’re going for I’d be interested in knowing a good mac terminal client to use with one of these.
I was able to get the link that Yves sent to work and have downloaded the driver for the Belkin that somebody hacked.
For Windows all three are suppose to work but your helkin will vary depending on the OS version and the device you are connecting. I put the Belkin USB driver package on my desktop and launched it, it shows a file and when I click on that I get the following message “there is no default application to open the file named driver. However I no longer have a Windows system in the home, and no matter what I attempt, or drivers or ktext files I bekkin and try, I have not been able to get this adapter to work under Mac Snow Leopard or Lion.
Coyote do you think the generic driver you mentioned might do the trick?