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Offline Mojomonkey

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« Posted 2004-10-14 18:34:28 »

I'm looking into a good KVM switch. Here's my requirements:

1. Desktop running Windows XP
2. Laptop running Linux (SUSE 9)
3. Use the current monitor, mouse and keyboard from Desktop.
4. The mouse is USB, keyboard is PS/2 monitor regular VGA.
5. Laptop only has a single PS/2 port and two USB ports.

So, it looks like I need something that allows:

Plug a PS/2 Keyboard, USB mouse and monitor.

However, I have yet to find anything like that, all I have found is something purely PS/2 or purely USB.

Options?

Don't send a man to do a monkey's work.
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