jcerecke wrote: »
Hmmm, so it turns out when I try to change serial communication settings in NS3 and click on the com port drop down menu, I get nothing. Confirmed on another computer. Somewhat annoying...
bcirrisi wrote: »
I installed NS3 on a couple of machines, and the machines that had Bonjour installed on them already has the zero config stuff working, but the ones that had installed Bonjour after NS3 aren't showing anything...
It will only show ports that currently exist on your computer. If you use a USB serial port or something similar, it won't be an option unless it's plugged in. I've always disliked this myself; it prevents me from setting a workspace up on my computer that I can just hand to an installer all ready for his computer.
Bought NXV-300...Just installed Bonjour 2.0 from Apple per NS3 instructions. Read this post, uninstalled NS3. Then re-installed NS18.104.22.1684. Refresh on Zero-Config page does nothing.
Blunderificly, yeah, that's a word.
OK, I think this kinda works. Uninstalled new version of Bonjour 2.0. Went to CNET and got the 1.0.6 version:
Then things started working both in IE browser as well as NS3. I updated Java to latest version (update 19, I think) and that did not prevent things from working. I was able to use Bonjour 1.0.6 in Firefox, too:
Final note: stay away from Bonjour 2.0.