Re: Need your input for keymap configuration
- To: Yann Dirson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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- Subject: Re: Need your input for keymap configuration
- From: Kevin Puetz <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Mon, 29 Nov 1999 15:13:36 -0600
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> > I think that usb-keyboard have the same layout as adb-keyboards,
> > only a different connector. Same as serial and ps/2.
To my knowledge, this is due to the kernel translating the USB keycodes to
ADB-style ones, so that all the old keymaps work. I don't think the keyboards
are actually any different than PC ones (other than being blue and
> Is adb the old mac keyboard connector ?
> Problem is: what if I find (eg.) some mac USB keyboard more suitable
> than any PC's one, and plug it on my x86 box ? I feel there is an
> issue here, though I'm not sure how to solve it.
It should work, I think...