Quickstart Guide for Linux
||This only is a short guide for adept users. The complete instalation guide is here
Quickstart for USB driver
Enter the directory module of the directory created by unzipping the driver archive and type the command
After successfully compiling the driver you will have to install it by typing
>> make insmod
||Please note, that root rights are required for this step. Additionally the module will be owned by root.
Connect the USB module and check that the drivers have successfully been installed by entering the command
>> dmesg | tail
Here the output should look like this
>> [ 67.961847] quancom driver: probing vendor id 0xa7c, device id 0x10
>> [ 67.961851] quancom driver: QUANCOM USBOPTOREL32 detected.
>> [ 67.962005] quancom driver: registering: major = 180, minor = 132, node = qusb0
>> [ 67.962009] quancom driver: firmware version 1.00
>> [ 67.962038] usbcore: registered new interface driver qusbdrv
>> [ 67.962040] quancom driver: quancom_init: driver registered
>> [ 67.962042] qusbdrv: 1.4.0:QUANCOM USB Module Driver
Compile the QLIB by entering the directory qlib and running
After compiling the QLIB you may test the module with one of our sample sources. Therefore simply enter the directory of the module you have and type
Start the just compiled binary as root by entering
>> sudo ./usbtest
otherwise, if you do not want to use root rights every time, you may also change the permissions for the device qusbx in /dev to fit your needs.