Debian iTOps Tube

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

What does this mean "You don't have permissions for /dev/ttyACM1 device!"?

I have been trying to connect my Nokia E65 phone to my Ubuntu 12.04 via wammu. I tried the option of "Automatically Search The Phone". But I get the error messages like this in the screen:



Wammu is now searching for phone:
You don't have permissions for /dev/ttyS0 device!
You don't have permissions for /dev/ttyS1 device!
You don't have permissions for /dev/ttyS2 device!
You don't have permissions for /dev/ttyS3 device!
You don't have permissions for /dev/ttyS4 device!
You don't have permissions for /dev/ttyS5 device!
You don't have permissions for /dev/ttyS6 device!
You don't have permissions for /dev/ttyS7 device!
You don't have permissions for /dev/ttyS8 device!
You don't have permissions for /dev/ttyS9 device!
You don't have permissions for /dev/ttyS10 device!
You don't have permissions for /dev/ttyS11 device!
You don't have permissions for /dev/ttyS12 device!
You don't have permissions for /dev/ttyS13 device!
You don't have permissions for /dev/ttyS14 device!
You don't have permissions for /dev/ttyS15 device!
You don't have permissions for /dev/ttyS16 device!
You don't have permissions for /dev/ttyS17 device!
You don't have permissions for /dev/ttyS18 device!
You don't have permissions for /dev/ttyS19 device!
You don't have permissions for /dev/ttyACM0 device!
You don't have permissions for /dev/ttyACM1 device!
Discovering Bluetooth devices using PyBluez
Could not access Bluetooth subsystem (error accessing bluetooth device)
All finished, found 0 phones
No phone has been found!


What does this mean? How to overcome this error?



Thanks in advance.





No comments:

Post a Comment