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Ive upgraded to Mojave. I've never used Arduino before. I was given Arduino Uno. Arduino Uno does not find any serial ports... can't load Blink example (the first step)

In blind frustration, I tried the three ports available... None of work.

I've loaded the CH34x_Install_V1.4.pkg to no avail.

How do I get a serial port package that will enable serial ports in general (and more importantly for arduino)

thx, Bruce On a related Note: the list of things that Mojave broke is long! To solve many problems, re-install xcode FIRST!!! and read articles on apache, there is a "new and improve" apache server embedded in mojave.

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  • you have it mixed up .... the Arduino Uno does not detect a serial port ..... the MAC detects the Arduino Uno as a USB serial port which can then be selected in the Arduino IDE – jsotola Dec 26 '18 at 7:40
  • OK. What can I do to get the serial port to show up in the IDE? Currently the IDE sees /dev/cs.Bluetooth-Incoming-Port, /dev/cu.BrucesiPhone-WirelessiAP and /dev/cu.SSDC – Bruce Hartman Dec 26 '18 at 18:05
  • I have this problem too ... plug the arduino into a USB port and nothing happens. (youtube.com/watch?v=mlejsgxOxrU) – Steve L Apr 26 '19 at 1:32
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If you are using a genuino or genuine Arduino, the most common cause of this is using a USB power only cable to connect rather than a data cable. (You only need the CH34x_Install_V1.4.pkg if you are running an Arduino clone based on that chipset)

If I ran the world, the USB standard would include some way to distinguish whether it's power only or power and data without having to test it with a multimeter. I know, I know, that's crazy talk.

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