Date: Mon, 29 Mar 2004 16:34:33 GMT
Ok so I just got my first big check, happy now. But I would like to buy a
wireless keyboard and mouse. My question is, which one would work best
with linux. I'm guessing the wireless module would plug into the usb. Oh
and just for kicks, I'm running kernel 2.6.4 on a AMD Athlon XP 2200 with a
KM400 via chipset, so i get 6 usb ports, but 4 of them are on inside and
now I must find a front panel to plug into the motherboard to get my extra
- wireless keyboard/mouse
... wireless keyboard and mouse. ... I'm guessing the wireless module would plug into the usb. ... KM400 via chipset, so i get 6 usb ports, but 4 of them are on inside and ... now I must find a front panel to plug into the motherboard to get my extra ...
- Re: Wireless plug-and-play
... Adesso makes a Bluetooth wireless keyboard which the company advertises ... "Plug and play" originally meant that a computer peripheral device ... computer using a standard software interface called a "socket". ...
- Re: wireless keyboard/mouse
... > buy a wireless keyboard and mouse. ... I'm guessing the wireless module would plug into ... into the USB port or into two PS/2 ports. ...
- Re: OT computer help needed
... Be careful what you plug into a hub. ... My computer would not recognize my wireless keyboard every time unless plugged into computer directly. ...
- RE: Direct3d wont run in dxdiag test it fails saying a key pressed
... wireless keyboard was stopping the direct3d from working. ... "JimJacks alias Icky Block for president" wrote: ... > At each point i made sure i closed down any running programmes on right side ... > thing and now she is using a plug in keyboard and plug in opitcal Mouse. ...