Not all XBee Series 1 features are supported, though many are.
No provision is made to flash new device firmware into the XBee from Ruby::XBee classes or utilities.
Intel architecture only.
Install ruby 1.8.7 for your platform (see www.ruby-lang.org)
Download the ruby-xbee tarball http://www.esawdust.com/ruby-xbee/releases/ruby-xbee-1.0/ruby-xbee-1.0.tar.gz. Extract the bundle into its permanent directory:
Create a symbolic link for serial-port-0.6:
determine your /dev string and add it to the conf/xbeeconfig.rb file.
Once the XBIB-U-DEV USB device is plugged into the USB port on the Linux host, the in-kernelftdi driver should automatically load and create the associated device. It is usually /dev/ttyUSB0 for the first USB host port, with additional ports incrementing (i.e. /dev/ttyUSB1, /dev/ttyUSB2). The first host serial port is typically labeled /dev/ttyS0, with additional ports incrementing (i.e. /dev/ttyS1, /dev/ttyS2, etc...).
Sample entry for the USB XBIB-U-DEV device:
# this is the monitor port device # your device will be different than this #@xbee_usbdev_str = "/dev/tty.KeySerial1" @xbee_usbdev_str = "/dev/ttyUSB0"
# your device will be different than this
#@xbee_usbdev_str = "/dev/tty.KeySerial1"
@xbee_usbdev_str = "/dev/ttyS0"
If everything is configured correctly you will see output from xbeeinfo similar to this (your output will vary):
Syntax ./xbeeconfigure.rb [options]
Command line help
Aug 14, 2018
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