Section: GGI (7)
: LK201/LK401 keyboard input
The lk201 and lk401 devices are keyboards made by Digital Equipment
Corporation for some of there older micro computer systems and
They connect via a 4 pin RJ connector, which carries 11.8V (+/- 6%),
GND, and two bidirectional async RS423 (RS232 Compatible) serial
lines, which are Receive and Transmit. The pins are as follows
(looking on to the male (lk201 side) connector):
| " " " " |
| L V G D |
| K + N E |
| -> D C |
| D -> |
| E L |
| C K |
Specifies the serial port device to use (e.g. /dev/ttyS1). If
this argument is not specified as part of the input's arguments,
then the device named in the environment variable
GII_LK201_OPTIONS is used.
File name of serial port.
Generates evKey* events.
key repeat messages are not sent, which can annoy users who want
to use the cursor keys.
Handle setting of keyclick and bell, which can also annoy