Good Morning :-)
* john stultz <email@example.com> [Tue, Jun 24, 2003 at 03:30:14PM -0700]:
> Could you further explain what you mean by key "bouncing"?
Well, it should become a correct translation of german "prellen" (Wie
geht das in Englisch?).
> Do you mean the keyboard repeat rate is too fast? If so, could you let
No, that would be no Problem. Often, if I browse in mutt and press Arrow
Keys, it is autorepeated suddenly but I only pressed the Key shortly!
The Kernel does not realize it is released since ages. Pressing again
the kernel stops repeating. That happens with all keys and when with
arrow or PageUp/Down keys in slrn it drives me mad!
This happens with 2 PS/2 Keyboards plugged into a SIS7xx and an intel
845PE Board. Using USB Keyboards works like a charme...
> me know more details about the system? Also could you try booting w/
> "clock=pit" and let me know if the problem persists?
Yes, curious what that means, will know more this evening :)
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