> Hi everybody,
> There seems to be a problem with a "Model: TYPE 5" keyboard from Sun
> MicroSystems, which is attached to a SPARCstation S10 running Solaris 2.5
> The slightest touch of the keyboard cable halts the system and puts me
> at the `ok' prompt. After pressing `go' to continue, other times everything
> is fine, but many times I get a bunch of messages:
> NOTICE: zs3: silo overflow
> WARNING: kbd: Unknown keyboard type, Type 3 assumed.
> At this point I need to `kbd -r' to reset it to normal.
> Under normal conditions: `kbd -t' results to `Type 4 Sun keyboard'
> Basically, every now then the system is halted. As it turns out the
> keyboard cable itself is fine. The problem seems to be with the keyboard.
> Please let me know if you need additional info.
The keyboard was eventually replaced, and everything is ok now. Some
people suggested to check the cable and the connection on the computer
end, but as I said in my previous message this was not the issue.
Kevin.Sheehan@uniq.com.au (Kevin Sheehan)
Bismark Espinoza <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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