CLI App Linux tool serial line
Default has a PX-Hero board at USB1 something that is seen by the host computer (your development desktop system) as serial port. And behind that serial port is the command line interface application.
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Exprience that I want you share with you is that program
tio works realy nice.
I like the design decision that the device doesn't have to be present. So also supporting disappear and reapper of, example given,
With `tio /dev/ttyACM0` it waits for the PX-Hero being connected. When you use cli app command
rst is the PX-Hero resetted. At Linux kernel level disappears
/dev/ttyACM0 and reappears,
tio is happy with it.
My first attempt with
cu -l /dev/ttyACM0 and
rst : Reset microcontroller
>rstcu: Got hangup signal
Yes, you are welcome to report your Linux serial line tool of choice.