Anyone see where you could add another ps/2 device? There were talks of 3 serial bus type connectors, one for kbd, one for IR and one misc? I've pretty much determined that the IR kbd is going to be useless- is there any way to modify the connection it used to add another ps/2 port?
The IR keyboard will not be useless once someone manages to write a Windows and/or Linux driver for it. There's already a DOS driver for it. I suppose you could hijack one of the other serial ports, but adding a PS/2 port is an entirely different thing. I did try one of the Mouse/Keyboard PS/2 splitters with no luck. Someone reported being able to get a USB mouse working under Windows 9x. I just bought a cool little thing for $20 at a local computer shop that will let you use any PS/2 mouse and/or keyboard on a single USB port. I'm using it right now on my main system to add a wireless presenter mouse so I can surf from across the room... :)NarShadda
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