Subject: Re: Keyboard/SCSI-Interference
To: None <amiga-x@NetBSD.ORG>
From: src <email@example.com>
Date: 11/30/1995 11:13:55
Jose Alburquerque said:
> On Sat, 18 Nov 1995, Wolfgang von Hansen wrote:
> > There seems to be a problem with the keyboard driver. I've noticed this
> > under X11 and don't know if it also applies to a simple console window.
> > When there's a lot of SCSI-activity the keyboard behaves strange on input
> > into an xterm window. First of all not all pressed keys are recognized
> > (which may also be due to higher system load during disk access). Then some
> > chars repeat themselves as if the key was not released in time. On even
> > higher load the input gets capsed (which can't be reversed using the
> > caps-key)..
> > My system's an A3000 with 16/2MB RAM, SCSI-HD & CD-ROM. I am running
> > NetBSD 1.0 from the Gateway CD-ROM. I am using the (generic?) kernel
> > `/netbsd' of the CD with Xdaniver as the xserver.
> Are you sure it's not your hardware? I was having exact similar problems
> with my computer under AmigaOS. Just my two cents worth. Bye :)
My A3k has the same problem. Best way to cause it is accessing a DAT.
If I remember correctly, the exessive keyboard repeat and buffering affects
console logins as well as xterm sessions. I don't experience this behavior
under AmigaOS at all. I'm really not sure if it's the keyboard driver or
old SBIC driver. Anyone experience this with the new driver?
A3000/25 2C 8F
Rev. 8 WD-SCSI
Quantum LP105S ID0
Quantum EMP1080S ID1
HP DAT ID5
I'm crossposting this to firstname.lastname@example.org since it doesn't seem limited
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