I use software called Ham Radio Deluxe, that allows me to control my Amateur Radio and Log Contacts as they are made. Since moving to Mac, I have struggled to get this to work.
The software loads and runs under Crossovers, bit the issue I am now having is connect the software to my radio, apparently what I ned to do, is create a virtual comm port and link this to the Mac USB Driver.
I can find the directory with the drivers listed, and see the USB driver that is being used, but this is as far as I can get. I am not that computer literate.
Can any one offer a simple guide on how I link the Mac USB driver to a Comm Port in Crossovers to allow things to connect and work.
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