This is for people who may wish to add a ps/2 connector for the mouse directly to the shell, or to make their own cables.
The six pin-outs at the I-Opener end are:
1: keyboard data
2: mouse data
4: 5v dc
5: keyboard clock
6: mouse clock
(a normal keyboard or mouse ps/2 has pin-2 and pin-6 unconnected)
If you look at the ps/2 connector on the I-Opener itself, you'll see that the pins are clearly marked on the motherboard.
Therefore, if you wanted to connect a ps/2 mouse connector to the shell, you would wire it so that:
Pin-1 on the new connector is connected to pin-2 on the I-Opener's ps/2 connector.
Pin-5 on the new connector is connected to pin-6 on the I-Opener's ps/2 connecter.
Pin-3 to pin-3.
Pin-4 to pin-4.
Pin-2 and pin-6 on the new (mouse) connector are not connected to the I-Opener.
BTW, the pins look like
if you are staring into the female connector. If you are staring into the male connecter, the pin numbers are mirrored (think about it).