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So the "A new network interface has been detect" box did not come up after plugging in the Uno?

You will have to bear with me until a real Mac user comes by ;)
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RyFry87

I keep getting the same problem as well. My mac recognizes the board and everything yet when I try to upload a simple test program it fails and says programmer is not responding. Im running mountain lion 10.8.2. The correct board and serial port is selected.  Any feedback would greatly be appreciated. Thank you!

Does "Network Preferences" show the Uno anywhere?  If the driver enumerates the Atmega8/16u2 it should show up as a device on the network.  If so, what kind of properties does it have?
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gbitzer

I solved this problem by selecting a different board. I have an Uno R3 Plus. However, it is an OEM board which means different chips. I was able to get it to work by selecting the Duemilanove ATmega328. works fine now.


I solved this problem by selecting a different board. I have an Uno R3 Plus. However, it is an OEM board which means different chips. I was able to get it to work by selecting the Duemilanove ATmega328. works fine now.


I was wondering why they call it an Uno not a Duemilanove Plus ;)
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James K

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Oct 26, 2012, 09:50 pm Last Edit: Oct 26, 2012, 10:02 pm by James K Reason: 1

So the "A new network interface has been detect" box did not come up after plugging in the Uno?

You will have to bear with me until a real Mac user comes by ;)


No, no dialog box appears when I plug in the Uno.


Does "Network Preferences" show the Uno anywhere?  If the driver enumerates the Atmega8/16u2 it should show up as a device on the network.  If so, what kind of properties does it have?


Network Preferences shows a USB Modem, Not Configured.  I do not believe that this is the Uno, however, because the entry persists even without the Uno plugged in.

I am fairly sure the Arduino application detects the Uno board, because when I plug the Uno board in, there are two more selections to choose from under Tools > Serial Port.

Thanks for the replies!

gbitzer

Another point, because my "Uno" was actually connecting as a Duemilanove-ATmega328 (not an Uno) the Mac created a serial connection. I loaded the FTDI driver to support this connection.



So the "A new network interface has been detect" box did not come up after plugging in the Uno?

You will have to bear with me until a real Mac user comes by ;)


No, no dialog box appears when I plug in the Uno.


Does "Network Preferences" show the Uno anywhere?  If the driver enumerates the Atmega8/16u2 it should show up as a device on the network.  If so, what kind of properties does it have?


Network Preferences shows a USB Modem, Not Configured.  I do not believe that this is the Uno, however, because the entry persists even without the Uno plugged in.

I am fairly sure the Arduino application detects the Uno board, because when I plug the Uno board in, there are two more selections to choose from under Tools > Serial Port.

Thanks for the replies!


Are you sure you have an Atemga8/16u2 and not an FTDI chip?  If you have an FTDI chip you will need to download:
http://www.ftdichip.com/Drivers/VCP/MacOSX/FTDIUSBSerialDriver_v2_2_14.dmg
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James K



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Are you sure you have an Atemga8/16u2 and not an FTDI chip?  If you have an FTDI chip you will need to download:
http://www.ftdichip.com/Drivers/VCP/MacOSX/FTDIUSBSerialDriver_v2_2_14.dmg


I have no idea what Atmega and FTDI are, but the box that the Uno board came in says Microcontroller: ATMEGA328P.  Is that any help?

Does your Uno look like this:



or this:



Primary focus is on the black square or rectangle to the right of the USB socket.  If it is rectangular with pins on both sides, it is FTDI.  If it is a square it is either an Atmega8u2 or Atmega16u2.
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Primary focus is on the black square or rectangle to the right of the USB socket.  If it is rectangular with pins on both sides, it is FTDI.  If it is a square it is either an Atmega8u2 or Atmega16u2.


My Uno looks like


The chip to the right of the USB socket is square, so I don't need the FTDI Drivers, I'm assuming.

Thanks for the continued assistance.

Do you have a USB hub handy (thingy that plugs into the USB and splits off 3 or 4 other ports)?  I am not sure how the MacOS handles the Hub, but with Windoze, it assigns another device and starts the installation process again.  Make sure you have proper permissions (User Account with Admin rights).
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I solved this problem by selecting a different board. I have an Uno R3 Plus. However, it is an OEM board which means different chips. I was able to get it to work by selecting the Duemilanove ATmega328. works fine now.


Thanks, that solved the problem for my Arduino Uno R3 + Mac combination!

My problem was that I previously installed the FTDI drivers on my MAC even though I was working with an Arduino Mega (Which does not need those drivers) . Apparently  the arduino program was using those drivers to communicate with my Mega that is why in Tools-Port I had tty-USBSerialxxx. I uninstalled those drivers and I got tty.usbmodem1411. My arduino MEGA ran perfectly fine. I hope this helps :)

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