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Keyboard, plug and... play?
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- Subject: Keyboard, plug and... play?
- From: "Braun Schweig" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 07 Mar 2000 21:20:14 +0900
- Content-Language: en
- Organization: QUALCOMM Eudora Web-Mail (http://www.eudoramail.com:80)
I've just bought a new machine to learn OpenBSD on - which I've attached to my monitor, keyboard and mouse via a CPU/Computer switchbox.
When I switch to/from the OpenBSD PC from my Windows PC - the keyboard doesn't work. It works switching to/from Windows - it also switches to/from the BIOS/boot screens - but once OpenBSD boots and I switch (ie. "unplug" the keyboard) it doesn't recognise the keyboard when it's plugged back in.
So... Does anyone have any ideas at all on how to make OpenBSD recognise the keyboard after unplugging and re-plugging it in? (i386 and PS/2 keyboard)
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