On Tue, Sep 12, 2000 at 04:40:42PM +0100, Raymond Kelly wrote:
> Could anyone recommend a place in Dublin where Ram (pc 100 Dimms) can be
also, would that place sell any usb equipment that is compatable with
linux? for instance in compustore i see they're selling this belkin
usb docking port thing. it has two ps/2, one serial, a parallel and
four usb ports - all connected via usb. has anyone used such a thing
alternatively, what luck have people had with usb keyboards and rodents
and linux? ray would really like to know about these things since he
bemoans his single ps/2 port equipped laptop. how can he add an external
keyboard and mouse to it?
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