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Thu Feb 2 13:02:36 CST 2006
Zane H. Healy wrote:
> When the RS/6000-370 on my desk was replaced with a IBM PC running Linux
> I tried it, but didn't have any luck. I'll have to see if I can get it
> working on my new systems. There are at least two of us that are
> wanting to use them (though I think I'm the only person that's hung onto
> their keyboard, the other person is looking for one).
Huh. I've had RS/6000s that wouldn't play nice with a PeeCee
keyboard, but I've never seen an RS/6000 keyboard that didn't work on a
> You have it working on your G5!?!? Of course I'm still running my Apple
> Extended II Keyboard via a USB-ADB converter :^)
Yep, with a no-name USB-to-dual-PS/2 adapter.
That Apple Extended II Keyboard thing always tickles me - I hate 'em
with a passion, but I completely understand why people pay $50-75 for
the old IBM clickety keyboards. It must be a "where you came from" thing.
So, the iMate works on a G5? Somebody asked me that recently. He's
sticking with a DP G4 because he heard his iMate wasn't supported on the
Big Gray Box.
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