Adding a KVM, what should I be aware of?
trodat at server1.ultratrends.com
Thu Mar 27 01:17:23 PST 2003
I got a x86 running 4.7 and 5.0 on one port, mouse works fine, and an
Alpha 1000a on the other port running RH... I was given a funky keyboard
that supported a whole bunch of crummy commands for opening URL's and what
not. This made both unices get all stupid when switching between the two,
no alt-f1 switching etc. I put my old fuji keyboard on and now it's back
up to working m&k on both ports.
Just a pair of bits. :)
On Wed, 26 Mar 2003, Dragoncrest wrote:
> I'm looking at adding a new KVM switch in the coming weeks. I'm also
> going to be installing Freebsd 5.0 on one of my new workstations. Just
> wondering what I should be aware of before installing the system and
> putting it on the KVM. I know some people have mentioned issues with that
> before, so I wanted to be ready and aware of any and all issues so I could
> nail them as they show up so I'm not ripping my hair out trying to solve
> issues relating to my KVM switch. Thanks!
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