Tip hardwire returns All Ports Busy

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Tip hardwire returns All Ports Busy

Postby bobyera1 » 4. Aug 2015, 16:19

Hi,

I have a Toshiba Tecra Z40 laptop that is a Windows 7 Professional host with a Solaris 10 u11 guest. I am trying to get my USB to Serial converter to work on the Solaris side, but whenever I run tip, it returns with an all ports busy message.

When Solaris is up in VB, the Prolific Technology Inc. USB-Serial Controller D [0400] shows up under devices, but I still can't get by the all ports busy error. The chip in the USB-Serial converter is a PL-2303 HXD. I can use the converter on the Windows after unchecking the Proflic box in Devices.

Any ideas on how to get this working on the Solaris side? Thanks.
root@s10 # tip hardwire
all ports busy
root@s10 # prtconf -v | grep usb
dev_link=/dev/cfg/usb0/1
dev_link=/dev/cfg/usb0/12
dev_link=/dev/cfg/usb0/11
dev_link=/dev/cfg/usb0/10
dev_link=/dev/cfg/usb0/9
dev_link=/dev/cfg/usb0/8
dev_link=/dev/cfg/usb0/7
dev_link=/dev/cfg/usb0/6
dev_link=/dev/cfg/usb0/5
dev_link=/dev/cfg/usb0/4
dev_link=/dev/cfg/usb0/3
dev_link=/dev/cfg/usb0/2
dev_link=/dev/usb/hub0
name='usb-product-name' type=string items=1
name='usb-vendor-name' type=string items=1
name='usb-release' type=int items=1
name='usb-num-configs' type=int items=1
name='usb-revision-id' type=int items=1
name='usb-product-id' type=int items=1
name='usb-vendor-id' type=int items=1
value='usb80ee,21.100' + 'usb80ee,21' + 'usbif80ee,class3.0.0' + 'usbif80ee,class3.0' + 'usbif80ee,class3' + 'usbif,class3.0.0' + 'usbif,class3.0' + 'usbif,class3' + 'usb,device'
dev_link=/dev/usb/hid0
dev_link=/dev/cfg/usb1/1
dev_link=/dev/cfg/usb1/12
dev_link=/dev/cfg/usb1/11
dev_link=/dev/cfg/usb1/10
dev_link=/dev/cfg/usb1/9
dev_link=/dev/cfg/usb1/8
dev_link=/dev/cfg/usb1/7
dev_link=/dev/cfg/usb1/6
dev_link=/dev/cfg/usb1/5
dev_link=/dev/cfg/usb1/4
dev_link=/dev/cfg/usb1/3
dev_link=/dev/cfg/usb1/2
dev_link=/dev/usb/hub1
root@s10 # tip hardwire
all ports busy
root@s10 #
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