type 5 kbd/mouse woes
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Sat Jan 7 11:00:12 PST 2006
The Xorg drivers you'll need are listed in one of my
previous responses to the list, do a quick archive
search to find example config, etc. As for kernel
drivers to support a basic type5 setup, you should
only need uart, puc, kbd, and sunkbd. These will be
included in the kernel via the device entries for puc,
uart, and the general console stuff you need (depends
which console you're going for, though with the
creator device and syscons I've gotten the same kind
of performance I'm used to from FreeBSD - which is
puc allows demultiplexing on the uart serial port,
which is how the Sun pre-USB keyboard/mouse stuff
worked. The keyboard is connected directly to the
host, and then the mouse to the keyboard, usually all
connected to puc1. To give you some idea, here's the
dmesg output on an Ultra1 box.
uart0: <z8530, channel A> on puc0
uart1: <z8530, channel B> on puc0
uart2: <z8530, channel A> on puc1
uart2: keyboard (1200,n,8,1)
uart3: <z8530, channel B> on puc1
As you can see puc0 is the actual physical serial
ports on the system (uart0 and uart1), and puc1 is the
keyboard/mouse port, which uart2 is the keyboard and
uart3 is the mouse. Enjoy!
--- James Tanis <jtanis at pycoder.org> wrote:
> I'm pretty convinced its a problem resulting from my
> own ignorance as
> far as FreeBSD/Sparc64 goes, so I'm just going to
> ask a simple
> question first. What modules/drivers must one load
> to get a working
> sun type 5 (din) mouse/keyboard under the console
> and in xorg? The
> keyboard of course works fine under the console.
> Unfortunately, I
> can't seem to find any documentation on the subject
> that isn't i386
> centric. I've tried most things that seem not
> unlikely, I have prior
> experience with sparc32/xsun, but either it has been
> too long or
> things are a bit different now :P. I realize I'm
> being pretty
> ambiguous here, just wanted to know what kernel
> modules and xorg
> drivers handle them.
> James Tanis
> jtanis at pycoder.org
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