wyse keyboard

Howard Lowndes lannet at lannet.com.au
Sun Sep 30 12:51:22 EST 2001

I don't think you will find it will work.  I seem to recall from the dim
and distant past that the keyboard interpretation is done by a chip inside
the screen.

On Sat, 29 Sep 2001, Robert Cowood wrote:

> Im looking to aquire a keyboard for a wyse teriminal, I think its a wyse 99
> ( *shrug* ), the part number being WT99GT. The socket erquires an RJ-11
> jack (phone connector) for the keyboard so if anyone knows how I could
> adapt a standard PC keyboard to this or has one it would be greatly
> appreciated if you contact me.
> thanks,
> Rob
> Robert Cowood
> rcowood at optusnet.com.au
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