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One which I've used recently used Doubletap Scroll-Lock and Escape to
swap. Worth a shot.
Niall O Broin wrote:
> This is totally off the wall (OK - one of the attached computers runs
> Linux, so not totally) but anyway, it may provide some light relief
> from the current thread from hell.
>> I have a Digitus OC12U KVM switch. It's a little thing - two machines
> to one KVM. It has no selection switches, hot keys taking their place.
> If I hadn't mislaid the manual, I'm sure I'd be now getting great use
> from it :-(
>> A suggestion was made on #linux that a double tap of scrolllock might
> help and sure enough, that puts it into scanning mode, with the output
> from the two boxes appearing alternately on the monitor. But I've been
> unable to sumble across the key which stops scanning and selects the
> currently displayed machine. If anyone happens by some happy chance to
> have such a device, could you drop me a line (off list would probably
> be better) with the magic keys?
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