best guess is no, it would need drivers and only mentions xp and 2000.Originally Posted by russdev
why would you want to use that Russ?
move up into the 21st century and get rid of the legacy devices!
as got a kvm switch that is powered by ps2 connections and guess what mac minis hasnt got ps2
but then you can't plug it in to the kvm either :POriginally Posted by russdev
Does the kvm not have the option of an external psu? My ancient old belkin could be powered by ps2 or with a supplied adaptor.
you could try USB -> PS2 adaptors or get a new KVM (probably at a similar price to the Targus jobbie and you can ebay your old one to make some money back).
But Apple do such cool Wireless keyboards and don't forget the 'Mighty Mouse'.
Did you hear about Jonathan Ive? The British Designer who gave us the iPod and iMac designs... He was on this years honours list and has been given a CBE by the queen.
@kevinmcaleer: Indeed Mr Ive was on the honours list but his efforts in furthering the design of computers doesn't help Russ who presumably has a number of boxes - mainly PCs.
yep you got it i think if get usb to ps2 convertor that should power up that section of kvm so that can use mac on kvm....
Lol, you'll be trying to install Windows or Linux on it next, and yes, you can...
I was listening to a podcast in the car yesterday as i drove down to Derby from Bolton, about this guy that has installed Linux on his iPod so that he can play tetris. £300 for a tetris console, hmm, there is a huge voice shouting in my head 'WHY?'.
Like my mother used to say, 'just because you can, doesn't mean you should'.
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