I don't have an e-coder and don't run ubuntu, but I'd suspect that it could be a permissions issue. Check the ownership of the device file that's being created when the e-coder is plugged in, and add yourself to that group. If it's not creating a separate device file, you might want to be member of the plugdev group.
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E-Coder2 no functions work in Kubuntu 20.04LTS
14 Июнь 2022 07:12 #3
By default Linux does not allow access to USB devices, to use them (including E-Coder) you need to enter the following lines when the system starts:
sudo chmod 664 /dev/hidraw*
sudo chgrp plugdev /dev/hidraw*
Thank you all!
I did use the method suggested by OK1RR and the particular entry of KC7MM in Romans link to the previous thread on this subject.
The E-Coder 2 is working perfectly now!
It also is persistent through restart!
I’m a complete newbie to Linux but I still got it done!!!