And I guess someone has to sell replacements if you lose them. What I'm wondering is what special conditions, if any, are required to get them to work." ← You may like to read: → Converting an Open Source Project into a Business? I read a lot about troubles with ps/2 mice on a kvm switch (there's something screwed up with the psmouse.c in the 2.6.x kernels). Very small footprint (I never use the function keys or the numpad anyway, so it was great to get rid of them). Check This Out
So I had to found another workaround for this: Just edit your /etc/modules: ide-cd ide-disk ide-generic lp mousedev psmouse proto=exps nvidia Make sure there is NO "." between "psmouse" and "proto" Cancel Torsten 21 Jan 2011 12:59 PM Bill,the PCI card or add on card will be computed differently inside your system then a Plug that is connected to a PS/2 cable.To What you need is a USB / PS/2 keyboard. hth woifi kelvinqApril 21st, 2005, 02:57 PMHonestly, I don't see why the particular problem for PS/2 mouse on a KVM. This Site
jpbMarch 29th, 2006, 12:53 AMI had the mouse-jumping problem after switching away from my Ubuntu box and switching back. We make reference to USB->PS/2 adapters exploding. because i too bought a keyboard drawer from Acnodes and need the same thing. The keyboard itself uses kbdclass.sys and kbdhid.sys.Are you possibly using some third-party WFM (Score:1) by emd ( 25227 ) writes: I have a Microsoft keyboard and a PS/2 to USB adapter
I searched for \ubutnu mouse problem\ and \ubutnu mouse kvm jump\ on google, so hopefully adding those terms here will help the indexing! But no matter what we did, we couldn't get any system to recognize any PS/2 keyboard plugged into these PS/2-to-USB adapters. Agreed, though I think you can start getting *some* idea at less than 20. (Notreally at 1 or 2, though.) Administering six PCs is enough to let you weed outthe stuff When I booted both of my Ubuntu PC's, the cursor flipped out.
I have an 8 port desktop one which is rackmountable with ears that supports ps2 and usb surplus to requirements and could be available for a small cost. Ps2 To Usb The Linux 2.6.x Kernel seem to have problems receiving the RAW Wheelmouse Signals when sent through an KVM. Also, before someone mentions it, yes I have another model m with this [geocities.com] mod, & that didn't work either. http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f25/solved-usb-to-ps2-kvm-issue-804385.html Even though the files and drivers are there and I have a "Belkin" ...
By connecting up in different ways I have learned that all the cables are working perfectly. So building an adapter should be a very straightforward effort, with little room for surprise or failure. My keyboard is listed as a HID Keyboard Device, part of a USB composite device (volume buttons too).The composite device uses the driver usbccgp.sys, the HID device uses hidclass.sys, hidparse.sys, hidusb.sys, We ended up modifying the product firmware and the software on the PC side to make allowances for these converters.
They are even cheaper than when I bought them at $7.77, I paid $10 many years ago and bought 10 of them. https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/372437-kvm-ps2-to-usb-adapter Find More Posts by samac 10-12-2012, 03:38 AM #7 samac Senior Member Registered: Mar 2004 Location: Westray, Orkney Distribution: Linux Mint 17.1 Posts: 1,424 Original Poster Rep: OK final Usb To Ps2 Converter Just like Cisco console cables are usually provide DB 9 pin Serial cable. I purchased them back when I had to get my Mac, Windows and Linux boxes working on the same KVM switch.
Not tidy or pretty but it did the job. http://admitcore.net/usb-to/usb-serial-adapter-not-working.html I *think* if you keep the KVM on one machine all the way through bootup, it'll be okay. All the Re:The small ones have no electronics inside. (Score:2) by unitron ( 5733 ) writes: "All four of us agreed during the call that Windows XP is constantly reorganizing itself."Perhaps Thanks for the tip, after changing "psmouse" to "psmouse proto=exps" in /etc/modules it works fine now.
Posting your PC specs will help us to assist you quicker and effectively. 03-09-2014, 12:39 PM #8 Fjandr Moderator - Design Team - Networking Team Join Date: It worked fine until I changed the mouse against another PS/2-mouse. This new mouse didn't know about serial dataflow and refused to work with this simple adapter. this contact form HELP?!
My PS/2 ports both blew, probably from repeated hot plugging/unplugging, and I had to get a PS/2 -> USB adapter. Blogs Recent Entries Best Entries Best Blogs Blog List Search Blogs Home Forums HCL Reviews Tutorials Articles Register Search Search Forums Advanced Search Search Tags Search LQ Wiki Search Tutorials/Articles Search These are both larger and more expensive (List price $50) than the adapters mentioned in the original article, but they work, and are supported under Win 98, 98SE, 2000, ME, XP,
Share twitter facebook linkedin Could function be partially compromised? (Score:3, Interesting) by Nomihn0 ( 739701 ) writes: on Friday June 04, 2004 @02:39PM (#9338329) I use a Logitech Elite with a Keyboard is a Gateway AnyKey from '94, the mouse is a Tobshiba from somewhere in the late 90s. I had the same problem when I bought a mouse with PS/2-serial-adapter. I have a Trackman Marble FX (best trackball ever, I love them) and it's an old PS2 piece of hardware.
It's no big deal to plug in a USB mouse or drive into a running MS windows system. It will not work with adaptors. Just wonder why the exact same mouse and keyboard hooked up with KVM does not work on one of computers/XP while the other computer has no problem?Thanks for your help in navigate here I believe this is most certainly an Ubuntu (or Debian) problem.
it may or may not work but worth a try lol good luck buddy. Does it work on the new motherboard when directly attached to the PS/2 port? I ask because the key for \ is in a totally different place on US keyboards. samac samac View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Visit samac's homepage!
At least: 1 serial, video out, ps2. 2 usb. What the hell kind of question is this? But the article seems to be asking about going PS/2 keyboard -> USB port, which I've never tried. It has two PS/2 inputs (keyb & mouse), no driver required, and works under Windows, Linux and MacOS.
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