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  1. #1
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    Dec 2004
    Dunedin, New Zealand

    Reccommended KVMs

    I've got a USB keyboard and USB mouse, I'm looking for a KVM switch that'll work in Windows XP and Fedora Core 3. I was looking at a Belkin Economy 2-Port KVM Switch, but was discouraged because fedora support is lacking. Here is a list that I can choose from (by no means is it the biggest, but the retailer is one that I've been using for ages and one that I trust), I don't want to spend more than NZD$100 on this.

    What are your thoughts?

  2. #2
    Linux Newbie
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    Dec 2004
    Barrie, Ontario
    All you need to do is purchase a KVM that does not require control software. Most KVMs have control buttons on them for such things. Linux doesn't care about the KVM in the least.

    Possible units for you:

    IOGEAR MiniView III

    USBGear's 2 port

    Both of these will work on Linux, since they have manual controls. These are examples -- not recommendations. You should make up your own mind as to who's product you like best. (And there are many more out there.)
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