Exit the application by pressing Ctrl+A and then Ctrl+X.
|title||Note 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:
/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 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!