Serial Programming using Mono and C sharp (C#) on Linux

Serial Programming tutorial using mono framework and C# on Linux Operating System

Mono is a free and opensource equivalent to the Microsoft's .Net Framework platform developed by Xamarin which can be used to run programs using the .Net framework on Linux and other Unix like systems.Mono Framework can be used to write cross platform programs that would run on both Windows and Linux like OS's with minimal or no change to the source code.

In this tutorial we will learn how to install a mono runtime and compiler on a Linux System (I am using Ubuntu here),Compile a simple hello world program and communicate with the external world ie a microcontroller board through serial port using a USB to Serial Converter (USB2SERIAL).

Controlling the RTS and DTR pins of Serial Port in Linux

Welcome to the second part of the tutorial on how to configure the Serial Port on Linux.In this section we will learn to control the RTS and DTR pins of the Serial Port using ioctl() system call.

Serial Port Programming on Linux

tutorial on programming the serial port on linux distros like ubuntu,fedora ,mint linux,debian

Hello Folks,

This is a tutorial on how to program the Serial Ports on your Linux box.Serial Ports are nice little interfaces on the PC which helps you to interface your embedded system projects using a minimum number of wires.In this tutorial we will write a small program that will send and receive ASCII characters to a microcontroller development board.

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