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How to implement Linux USB Controllers to Serial bridge?

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Linux USB Controllers

I was wondering if anyone had implemented a USB to Serial bridge using linux. I have been looking at the TUSB3410 by TI, and the AN2131 by Cypress. I found more resources for the AN2131, but it I can't find any simple firmware for a USB<->RS232 bridge. I know the TI chip can do it, but I haven't found any firmware for the TI chip.
Also, any example source on programming?

Thank you.
 

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