On Thu, Jan 31, 2002 at 12:06:36PM -0800, James Simmons wrote:
> > > As some on you know the input api drivers for the PS/2 keyboard/mice
> > > have gone into the dj tree for 2.5.X. I need people on other platforms
> > > besides ix86 to test it out. I made the following patch that forces the
> > > use of the new input drivers so people can test it. Shortly this patch
> > > will be placed into the DJ tree but before I do this I want to make sure
> > > it works for all platforms. Here is the patch to do this. Thank you.
> > Oops.
> > Out of those 3 ARM machines, only 1 or maybe 2 has an 8042-compatible
> > port.
> > CONFIG_PC_KEYB != i8042 controller present. Please look more closely
> > at stuff in include/asm-arm/arch-*/keyboard.h
> I posted to find out which ones. BTW we have a driver for the acorn
> keyboard controller. No acorn keyboard but we do have support the acorn
The acorn RiscPC keyboard controller has a connector for the standard AT
keyboard, so it's rpckbd.c + atkbd.c doing the trick there.
> mouse. I can create a patch so you can give the mouse driver a try. Also
> help on porting the acorn keyboard driver would be helpful, any docs on
Not needed. It's atkbd.c. And that way it'll be for a lot of other
hardware - AT keyboards are used everywhere, only the controllers
differ. That's the main reason for the keyboard (input) and keyboard
controller (serio) driver split!