Subject: Re: Pse. help - Domain-Keyboard
To: Herb Peyerl <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Hergo Pape <email@example.com>
Date: 05/16/1995 00:07:17
Herb Peyerl writes:
> firstname.lastname@example.org (Hergo Pape) wrote:
> > My Display is a HP A1096A (1280x1024) Monochrome. The Keyboard Type is
> > Model A1630-82004 R1 (apollo/Domain-Keyboard).
> This is the typical Apollo Domain keyboard.
> They were an async keyboard that ran at 1200,e,8,1 (from memory)... I
Hmm, "(from memory)"? I can access this from memory? I'm seems the Domain-
Keyboard is connected to an "Utility"-Chip? Is this Chip accessable from
> could probably find specs for you if you care. The mouse might
Thanks, i'em interest in this! Please look for this!
> look like a logitech but it used a proprietary protocol..
Mouse is no Problem, i can use a serial Mouse, connected to an RS232 Port.
I hope this...
> > dca0 at sc9, ipl 5, flags 0x1
> I'm curious whether that is the serial port for the keyboard. You might
> be able to munge the X driver to understand it...
Yes, I'em can use this as RS232 Port, getty will work. I have installed NetBSD
over RS232, i look for this as "tty0".
Under HP-UX i can access 3 Port's. "tty[0-2]". NetBSD found only "tty0".
Domain/OS has "sio0" for Domain-Keyboard and "sio[1-3]" for RS232 on a
DB25 female Connector on th back Side.
> I dunno, sounds like a fun project.
Hmm, i become no HP-HIP Keyboard for an reasonably cheap. The Distributor
(near Hannover) have this for ~ $ 300 (Keyboard&Mouse)... ;-(
> Let us know if you get anywhere...
Yes, thanks. Hope i can redirect Kernel Keyboard Input from a RS232.
I search in the source Code...
In this Moment i search for FAQ from NetBSD, i will build a new Kernel.
This is other as Linux or Interactive Unix...
all the best
Hergo Pape, Magdeburg - hergo@wegaop.Boerde.DE,
DG6MJA @ DB0MGE.SAA.DEU.EU - email@example.com, [188.8.131.52]