That's confusing - the console output suggests that RXTX is loading OK, but in the log you posted previously there is the following exception:
java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: no rxtxSerial in java.library.path
Are you still getting…"
I have librxtx-java installed from the repositories, and I manually added the Archive Morgan posted into the JAVA_HOME/jre/lib/ directory.
I get the following message from the command line:
From your log, it appears that there is no RXTX serial library being detected. Is the RXTX file available on your filesystem? FrontlineSMS should indicate on the commandline whether it has been successfully detected.
Thanks for getting in touch about this. I'm afraid Morgan is no longer working with FrontlineSMS (although he does occasionally drop in on the forum), so I've also passed your request onto our lead developer, Alex, to see if…"
It's a year and a half later, but I'm having exactly this problem, followed your suggestions, and I hope you're still active. I have a Huawei E182E, it's not listed as a compatible device, but I've used it to…"
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