I'm a Windoze guy so I'm kinda lost here.
Usually when I want to see what's happening on a serial port IE
com 1, I fire up PuTTY and point it at
Com 1 and I'm done.
In Linux I don't have PuTTY.
More specifically I have an ARM board talking on a USB cable to
/dev/ttyACM0 and I want to see what it is sending.
I've made a little program in Qt that reads the
/dev/ttyACM0 and it is working to a certain degree but some data I'm getting looks wack so I want to confirm it.
When I plug the ARM board into the Win7 laptop it doesn't know what to do with it so I can't even use PuTTY.
How can I get PuTTY or equivalent application in Ubuntu ?