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Exit the application by pressing Ctrl+A and then Ctrl+X.

titleNote for Using Linux users?

On most modern GNU/Linux distributions, instead of directly specifying the TTY device such as /dev/ttyACM0, it is possible to use the udev-generated persistent symlinks located under /dev/serial/by-id/. These symlinks allow one to refer directly to the device using its vendor name, product name, and/or unique ID, which is more convenient because unlike the TTY number, these parameters are persistent. For example, /dev/ttyACM0 could be replaced with a persistent device path like this:


Or just /dev/serial/by-id/*Zubax* to refer to any connected Zubax productusers, please make sure to read this: Using USB devices with GNU/Linux.

GNU Screen

GNU Screen is an open source command line application that can be used to access serial CLI. Note that screen cannot be used with baud rates higher than 460800!