Recursion Port Devices Driver

AVR-CDC enables PC to communicate with the USB device through virtual COM port. The basic idea of using CDC protocol over Low-speed USB is based on Kyosuke Ishikawa's experiment in 2005. To make it stable and practical, Christian Starkjohann in Object Development helped me modifying his V-USB stack. The package provides the installation files for FTDI USB Serial Port Driver version 2.12.16.0. If the driver is already installed on your system, updating (overwrite-installing) may fix various issues, add new functions, or just upgrade to the available version.

  • A driver is required to make the device usable. Just as you have drivers for your video card and your NIC. A common way make USB device usable from user mode code is for the driver to emulate an old-fashioned serial port. You'd use the SerialPort class in.NET.
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Recursion Port Devices Driver

In my one project, I need to create an application to upgrade the firmware of the device. Here comport is using for the communication. We cannot fix the COM ID of the USB device in the application because the device could be enumerated with different com id on a different machine as per the availability.

So the solution is that displays the list of all known com ports and users select the correct com port. But it is not a good idea to show all com port, I want that application to identify the com id itself.

Every USB device has a unique hardware id (the combination of VID and PID), so to accomplish the above task my approach is to get COM PORT of USB Serial Device on the basis of VID/PID. The registry of the windows kept the information of the device, so simple logic here to open the windows registry and get the com id.

You can See this Article, Read & Write Windows Registry

How to find the VID and PID numbers

To find the vid (Vendor ID) and PID (Product ID) of a serial USB device first you need to attach the device with your PC. Now you need to follow the below steps to get the vid and PID.

1. Go to Control Panel > Device Manager > Ports.

2. Select the desire com port and double click on it or right-click and select Properties.

3. Go to the Details tab and select Hardware ID to view its PID and VID.

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See the below code to get COM PORT of USB Serial Device (Arduino ) in the Windows machine.

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Reference: MSDN

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HPE Blade Intel ixgbe Drivers for SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15

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Type:Driver - Network
Version:5.6.4-1(20 Dec 2019)
Operating System(s): SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15
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This product contains the drivers for the HPE Blade Intel ixgbe Ethernet NICs running under SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15.

Initial release.

This product supports SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15 SP1.

To ensure the integrity of your download, HPE recommends verifying your results with the following SHA-256 Checksum values:

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Reboot Requirement:
Reboot is not required after installation for updates to take effect and hardware stability to be maintained.

Installation:

The binary RPM package(s) provided by this product are pre-compiled kernel module drivers built specifically for the default inbox kernel (stock kernel) that ships with the Linux distribution. HPE has tested and approved these pre-compiled kernel module RPMs for use with the specified kernel.

These pre-compiled RPM packages may not install or function as expected on a different kernel (e.g. errata kernel). If you are not using a default inbox kernel, you should download the driver source package (i.e. <driver>.src.rpm) and compile a new driver for your target system from the driver source.

To find the location of the driver source RPM, execute the following command for the kernel module driver RPM: localhost> rpm -qpi <kernel module driver name>.rpm

Download README for any additional installation instructions.

End User License Agreements:
HPE Software License Agreement v1

Upgrade Requirement:
Optional - Users should update to this version if their system is affected by one of the documented fixes or if there is a desire to utilize any of the enhanced functionality provided by this version.

Important:

HPE recommends the firmware provided in HPE Blade Intel Online Firmware Upgrade Utility for Linux, version 1.0.14 or later, for use with these drivers.

Supported Devices and Features:

These drivers support the following network adapters:

  • HPE Ethernet 10Gb 2-port 560FLB Adapter
  • HPE Ethernet 10Gb 2-port 560M Adapter

Upgrade Requirement:
Optional - Users should update to this version if their system is affected by one of the documented fixes or if there is a desire to utilize any of the enhanced functionality provided by this version.

This product fixes an issue of an infinite recursion in device shutdown path due to a corner case when PCIe link was down.

This product fixes an issue where configuring the Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) for a Virtual Function fails on a guest OS.

HPE recommends the firmware provided in HPE Blade Intel Online Firmware Upgrade Utility for Linux, version 1.0.14 or later, for use with these drivers.

Version:5.6.4-1(B) (9 Mar 2020)

Upgrade Requirement:
Optional - Users should update to this version if their system is affected by one of the documented fixes or if there is a desire to utilize any of the enhanced functionality provided by this version.

These drivers have been recompiled with a build setting that allows SUM to identify them correctly for installation on systems they support.


Version:5.6.4-1 (20 Dec 2019)

Upgrade Requirement:
Optional - Users should update to this version if their system is affected by one of the documented fixes or if there is a desire to utilize any of the enhanced functionality provided by this version.

This product fixes an issue of an infinite recursion in device shutdown path due to a corner case when PCIe link was down.

This product fixes an issue where configuring the Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) for a Virtual Function fails on a guest OS.

Initial release.

This product supports SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15 SP1.


Type:Driver - Network
Version:5.6.4-1(20 Dec 2019)
Operating System(s):
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15

Description

This product contains the drivers for the HPE Blade Intel ixgbe Ethernet NICs running under SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15.

Enhancements

Initial release.

This product supports SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15 SP1.

Installation Instructions

To ensure the integrity of your download, HPE recommends verifying your results with the following SHA-256 Checksum values:

d8fbd5b8a2a272c608ddaa9d798d4aa2c478680f601bf88c72248928a54fe9adhp-ixgbe_bl-kmp-default-5.6.4_k4.12.14_195-1.sles15sp1.x86_64.compsig
67c413b9b186c9870620753e2e4c23d9b536225fd92efc7dd2804572dbfad5cdhp-ixgbe_bl-kmp-default-5.6.4_k4.12.14_23-1.sles15sp0.x86_64.rpm
75371facaf7c95def40a147a4d4f0219cbc4db50442e77af2ad5b8878e7f1dbchp-ixgbe_bl-kmp-default-5.6.4_k4.12.14_195-1.sles15sp1.x86_64.rpm
74844cf9310f60c1e7e5a29af510a009fbd5219a4ce5f5c16c590d4072093bbbhp-ixgbe_bl-kmp-default-5.6.4_k4.12.14_23-1.sles15sp0.x86_64.compsig

Reboot Requirement:
Reboot is not required after installation for updates to take effect and hardware stability to be maintained.

Installation:

The binary RPM package(s) provided by this product are pre-compiled kernel module drivers built specifically for the default inbox kernel (stock kernel) that ships with the Linux distribution. HPE has tested and approved these pre-compiled kernel module RPMs for use with the specified kernel.

These pre-compiled RPM packages may not install or function as expected on a different kernel (e.g. errata kernel). If you are not using a default inbox kernel, you should download the driver source package (i.e. <driver>.src.rpm) and compile a new driver for your target system from the driver source.

To find the location of the driver source RPM, execute the following command for the kernel module driver RPM: localhost> rpm -qpi <kernel module driver name>.rpm

Download README for any additional installation instructions.

Release Notes

End User License Agreements:
HPE Software License Agreement v1

Upgrade Requirement:
Optional - Users should update to this version if their system is affected by one of the documented fixes or if there is a desire to utilize any of the enhanced functionality provided by this version.

Important:

HPE recommends the firmware provided in HPE Blade Intel Online Firmware Upgrade Utility for Linux, version 1.0.14 or later, for use with these drivers.

Supported Devices and Features:

These drivers support the following network adapters:

  • HPE Ethernet 10Gb 2-port 560FLB Adapter
  • HPE Ethernet 10Gb 2-port 560M Adapter

Fixes

Upgrade Requirement:
Optional - Users should update to this version if their system is affected by one of the documented fixes or if there is a desire to utilize any of the enhanced functionality provided by this version.

This product fixes an issue of an infinite recursion in device shutdown path due to a corner case when PCIe link was down.

This product fixes an issue where configuring the Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) for a Virtual Function fails on a guest OS.

Important

HPE recommends the firmware provided in HPE Blade Intel Online Firmware Upgrade Utility for Linux, version 1.0.14 or later, for use with these drivers.

Revision History

Version:5.6.4-1(B) (9 Mar 2020)

Upgrade Requirement:
Optional - Users should update to this version if their system is affected by one of the documented fixes or if there is a desire to utilize any of the enhanced functionality provided by this version.

These drivers have been recompiled with a build setting that allows SUM to identify them correctly for installation on systems they support.


Version:5.6.4-1 (20 Dec 2019)

Upgrade Requirement:
Optional - Users should update to this version if their system is affected by one of the documented fixes or if there is a desire to utilize any of the enhanced functionality provided by this version.

This product fixes an issue of an infinite recursion in device shutdown path due to a corner case when PCIe link was down.

This product fixes an issue where configuring the Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) for a Virtual Function fails on a guest OS.

Initial release.

This product supports SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15 SP1.


Recursion Port Devices Drivers

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