is there a #linux utility like 'lsblk' but for serial ports?
e.g. which lists all ports, which USB device they belong to (if any), as well as other available information
i keep losing track which /dev/ttyUSBx is which with a bunch of embedded dev boards connected
this is what I ended up with:
with these rules, udev will create symlinks under /dev/serial named after the device and the specific port when plugging it in
BUT it's quite difficult to even distinguish some devices, sometimes this can be done based on either product name or serial number, if the vendor was so helpful to set them
A private instance for discussion of:
(instance image by мøтħer ¢røω)