Re: Using a Sun keyboard to a PC?
> From firstname.lastname@example.org Mon Aug 18 19:47:48 1997
> I was wondering if anyone has been able to connect a
> Sun keyboard to a PC?
Yes, I know of few people. They used a self made converter.
> It ought to be possible since Linux can run on Sparc.
> But maybe the hardware is completely different?
AFAIK PC keyboard interface is synchron (uses one bidirectional
data wire) and Sun's one is asynchron (two wires, transmit and receive).
> Any hint?
Check this one:
You will find there a rather sparse description of a converter which
should do the job. Although the circuit might look easy it requires
from you some amount of electronic skill. If you don't have it do what
I did: find a friend who has some :-)
Seriously speeking, few days ago I built the converter and yesterday
evening managed to program the eeprom in the microcontroller.
This morning I gave it to a professional for debugging because it
doesn't work :-(
I will let you know as soon as there is some progress.
> /Jörgen Hägg
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