>> I wanted install Debian on my computer, but it was impossible, because
>> the velocity of the keyboard. When I stroke a key, the velocity was to
>> high, so it was impossible to control the installation. For example when I
>> have to partition my hard disk, it was very hard to inter the size of the
>> partition and impossible to inter the type. And even when I stroke a key, I
>> skip some steps in the installation. And "pourtant" my keyboard is a normal
>> AT 102 keys. What can I do ?
Almost all BIOSes I have seen have settings for keyboard repeat speed etc.
You might want to check these. Is the keyboard working fine in dos or anything
else? There is also small chance that keyboard controller is broken or buggy,
so it shows up in xyz+xyz+and something setup.
>> Another question, is it possible to install the windows API of SUN gave
>> with Caldera with Debian ?
You mean TCL/TK ?? It is in the standard distribution. Or X windowing system?
It is also.
>> Think you to answer,
I think so therefore I might be ;-)
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