Serial is a modern terminal designed to make working with servers, network equipment, and embedded hardware easier for engineers and system administrators. Built from scratch for OS X, Serial eliminates the need to search for and install drivers in order to work with most USB to serial adapters and other serial-port devices. Other powerful features include full terminal emulation so you can use screen-based programs including emacs, vi, or nano, or navigate the menus needed to configure network devices.
- Prevents duplicate device entries caused by DriverKit
- Warnings for several devices that do not work correctly with Apple's DriverKit drivers
- A workaround for potential crash in the Bluetooth stack on some versions of macOS
OS X 10.9 or later, 64-bit processor