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Hello,

I bought recently arduino DUE and I have noticed that arduino always resets after initialization of connection. I would like to disable the auto-reset when serial connection is initialized with:
Code:
serial.Serial('/dev/ttyACM0', 9600,timeout=0.1)

I tried to google and found many solutions for regular arduino UNO which do not work with DUE. For example disabling this to python object has no effect.

Code:
ser.setDTR(False)
ser.setRTS(False)

I am not inclined to change software, however when very easy and does not involve direct board soldering, this can be an option too.

Thanks for suggestions,
M.
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Which USB port do you use? The programming port always resets the arduino when a new serial connection is established. Try using the native port.

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