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    SubjectRe: keyboard scancodes
    On Sat, Dec 11, 1999 at 10:12:36AM +0100, Vojtech Pavlik wrote:
    >
    > All i8042's I've tested (and I've tested a lot of them) support
    > switching the AT->XT conversion off. Most keyboards (not all,
    > but that isn't too big a problem) support switching the AT emulation
    > off, too.

    Agreed on the i8042 translation, a few years ago I tested this in
    embedded PC environments, and every board I found allowed they keyboard
    controller translation to be turned off. This would increase the amount
    of data sent (f0 prefix for down code if I remember correctly), but
    subsequent translation is a hell of a lot simpler.

    If by the keyboard switching, you're referring to the scan set it
    supplies (set1/set2/set3), then there is a problem. For some of the
    keyboards I tested, changing out of the normal set (set2 I think)
    would crash the keyboard. The only way to then recover was to power
    cycle the keyboard.

    DF
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