Maybe you can tell us a bit more on what you are connecting exactly?
But I guess if you login into the Edison and type `ls /dev/ttyUSB*` there is nothing?
Afaik the ftdi driver is not built into the Edison factory kernel. You need to build a new kernel and replace the existing, or rebuild the whole image.
I have a Yocto meta-intel-edison layer GitHub - htot/meta-intel-edison at dizzy-uptodate that should build a new image similar to what you have.
Also the Master branch (currently Rocko) would allow you to run newer kernel and rootfs and already has built ftdi driver built-in. But I think you are running sketches? I haven't tried all that, so that probably needs work. But you can try Rocko by installing on a sd card or usb stick.
I am connecting a XBee antenna to communicate with another mcu throug zigbee protocol.
I tried it in another office and the usb0 and usb1 was showed but when I get into my office this is not working.
When I ran "ls /dev/tty" it shows:
tty tty17 tty26 tty35 tty44 tty53 tty62 ttyMFD1
tty0 tty18 tty27 tty36 tty45 tty54 tty63 ttyMFD2
tty1 tty19 tty28 tty37 tty46 tty55 tty7 ttyPTI0
tty10 tty2 tty29 tty38 tty47 tty56 tty8 ttyPTI1
tty11 tty20 tty3 tty39 tty48 tty57 tty9
tty12 tty21 tty30 tty4 tty49 tty58 ttyGS0
tty13 tty22 tty31 tty40 tty5 tty59 ttymcu0
tty14 tty23 tty32 tty41 tty50 tty6 ttymcu1
tty15 tty24 tty33 tty42 tty51 tty60 ttymcu2
tty16 tty25 tty34 tty43 tty52 tty61 ttyMFD0
When I ran "ls /dev" it shows:
autofs loop7 ram0 tty12 tty41 ttyMFD0
block loop-control ram1 tty13 tty42 ttyMFD1
char MAKEDEV ram10 tty14 tty43 ttyMFD2
console mcelog ram11 tty15 tty44 ttyPTI0
cpu mem ram12 tty16 tty45 ttyPTI1
cpu_dma_latency mid_ipc ram13 tty17 tty46 uhid
disk mmcblk0 ram14 tty18 tty47 uinput
fd mmcblk0boot0 ram15 tty19 tty48 urandom
full mmcblk0boot1 ram2 tty2 tty49 usbmon0
fuse mmcblk0p1 ram3 tty20 tty5 vcs
i2c-1 mmcblk0p10 ram4 tty21 tty50 vcs1
i2c-2 mmcblk0p2 ram5 tty22 tty51 vcs2
i2c-3 mmcblk0p3 ram6 tty23 tty52 vcs3
i2c-4 mmcblk0p4 ram7 tty24 tty53 vcs4
i2c-5 mmcblk0p5 ram8 tty25 tty54 vcs5
i2c-6 mmcblk0p6 ram9 tty26 tty55 vcs6
i2c-7 mmcblk0p7 random tty27 tty56 vcsa
i2c-8 mmcblk0p8 rfkill tty28 tty57 vcsa1
iio:device0 mmcblk0p9 root tty29 tty58 vcsa2
iio:device1 mmcblk0rpmb rtc tty3 tty59 vcsa3
input mmcblk1 rtc0 tty30 tty6 vcsa4
intel_sst_ctrl mmcblk1p1 shm tty31 tty60 vcsa5
kmem net snd tty32 tty61 vcsa6
kmsg network_latency spidev5.1 tty33 tty62 vga_arbiter
log network_throughput stderr tty34 tty63 watchdog
loop0 null stdin tty35 tty7 xconsole
loop1 nvram stdout tty36 tty8 zero
loop2 port tty tty37 tty9
loop3 ppp tty0 tty38 ttyGS0
loop4 pti tty1 tty39 ttymcu0
loop5 ptmx tty10 tty4 ttymcu1
loop6 pts tty11 tty40 ttymcu2
I need the USB0 and USB1 to be listed to correctly boot my OS and run my application.
Yeah, I get that.
Afaik the XBee modules have a TTL serial port. The Edison has a host USB port (if that's how you interconnect them). In between is probably a usb to serial converter, possible a ftdi (guessing from your code).
Like any PC, Edison requires a driver for anything connected to the usb port. For linux in general the driver needs to be compiled into the kernel (or built as a module while building the kernel).
In Ubuntu the ftdi driver is already built-in, on Edison not.
To be sure which driver you need, try `lsusb`
(but most likely, you will need to build a kernel to get this working, which is not as hard as it sounds)