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Hi,

I just bought the "Arduino Duemilanove ATmega328" and installed the Software "Arduino 15" and the USB Driver "FTDIUSBSerialDriver_v2_2_10.dmg". The Problem is: I can't find the driver in the menue!? My system: Mac OS-X, Intel MacBook Pro. I will receive the Board in a few Days smiley. Have a look at the screenshots.





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I don't think the port appears until you actually plug the device in.

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Thanks a lot. I hope so smiley
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I don't think the port appears until you actually plug the device in.
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Yup, the actual USB-serial device is on the Arduino.  The way OS X does BSD style devices means that few of the "disconnect" devices will actually have a character device file reference.

Unlike, say, BSD or Linux, which will have /dev/ttyU* (or whatever) present but unconnected to anything so it looks like a TTY or modem that is just not there.
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