With multiple USB devices i created a symlink through udev to make sure after booting or whatever may happen my adalight (el cheapo Arduino Nano) wil always be reachable on "ttyUSBhyperion"
and the command readlink -f /dev/ttyUSBhyperion nicely returns /dev/ttyUSB1 (in this case the correct device
When i configure the adalight with outputpath /dev/ttyUSB1 it functions great... but when i configure it with /dev/ttyUSBhyperion the log returns the following error
2021-05-16T14:18:41.971Z [hyperiond LEDDEVICE] (ERROR) Device disabled, device 'adalight' signals error: 'Invalid serial device name: [ttyUSBhyperion]!'
Hyperion 1.0.0 had no issues with this symlink like this but since i updated to "NG"/2.x i need to use the direct /dev/ttyUSBX
Is there something im missing here or is this a bug/feature of Hyperion NG?
OS: Debian GNU/Linux bullseye
LED Device: Arduino Nano adalight