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I'm working on a MacBook Pro under mountain lion and I would like to mount serial device connected (/dev/ttyUSBx) on a Linux PC under Ubuntu 12.10 through SSH.

I tried with sshfs to mount /dev (linux) on my mac but I don't have permission for serial port.

Is there a way I can create on my Mac fake serial port?

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migrated from stackoverflow.com Feb 9 '13 at 23:05

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Mount??? You can mount disks, not ports...
Take a look here:
http://serverfault.com/questions/154573/serial-port-forwarding-over-tcp-ip-linux-server

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