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It is actually not a limit of any of those, it is a limit of the available PS/2 protocols. The good news is that this is much less of an issue if you use it as a USB device, the bad news is that I really need to kick myself to get the kernel issues worked out so I can get back to writing the evdev input driver for X. Could you do me a favor and kick me next monday if I have not posted anything about it by then? Zephaniah E. Hull. > > CU, > Christian > > PS: When I switch from Windos to Linux I really miss the fast > forward/backward when I surf the internet... -- 1024D/E65A7801 Zephaniah E. Hull <warp@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> 92ED 94E4 B1E6 3624 226D 5727 4453 008B E65A 7801 CCs of replies from mailing lists are requested. Why blow away at a partition when you can chip away at it? I now present a script I just wrote that writes random bits of, well random bits, into random places in your favorite partition or file. For best (meaning most spectacular) results, use while the database or filesystem is in active use. Disclaimer: This code is untested, and it may or may not trash your filesystem and/or database. While at least a half-assed effort has been made to ensure that it works as designed, there is no guarantee that its use will result in a loss of important data. I am not liable for the lack of either direct or incidental damages. -- Logan Shaw on ASR. Attachment: pgp00117.pgp
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