my version of node is v16.20.0.
Do you think that issue related to software, rather than cable?
You could try reinstalling the Particle CLI. This may correct the serialport dependency.
npm install -g particle-cli
particle usb configure again. The missing udev rule will also affect dfu-util, and also dfu-util -l will only show a device if it's blinking yellow. You could try
lsusb to see if Linux can see a device; that would also verify that it's not a cable problem.
Usb is found as image : particle photon 2
I run again particle usb configure. Error remains the same
You could try this to uninstall before reinstalling:
npm uninstall -g particle-cli
I did again. Error remains the same. Could we arrange one brief technical call for debugging and solving this problem. Let me know please thanks.
if it is not possible. How I am supposed to solve this issue? Can we continue to debug this issue?
I used: particle serial wifi, but I had to change permissions on the device:
sudo chmod 777 /dev/ttyACM0
777 is overkill but works.
I have a post on here somewhere outlining how I configured with "particle serial wifi"
Thanks @louyo . It works now