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SubjectRe: Strange keyboard problem
Etienne Bernard wrote:
>
> Hello,
>
> I use kernel 2.1.30 and since I connected my HP48SX calculator
> (yes, yes :-) as a VT52 terminal on ttyS1, I sometimes have a problem with
> my keyboard: it blocks, without any kernel message. All I have to do is
> to log on and reboot (hard)...
>
> I don't think it's an hardware related bug, since I had no problem
> before I connect this strange terminal. Here is an excerpt from my inittab:
>
> T1:23:respawn:/sbin/getty -L ttyS1 9600 vt52
>
> I use a P133 on an Asus P55T2/P4 motherboard, with 64 MB memory.
>
> My .config is:

Darn, now I have to go buy a new HP calculator since this is just way
too oddball
and cool to do with a calculator and linux...

when can I hook up my refrigerator to linux and get it to deliver me a
cold soda on demand? I don't think an interrupt would be neccessary, I
think polling the refrigerator would be sufficient :-) Would that make
it a block device or a character device? (or maybe an ice block device
or a cola device)

- Jeff

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