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There are some keyboards that can electrically and logically handle both USB-HID and PS/2 protocols, and just need a passive adapter to make the plug fit physically. The latter is probably what you were able to dig up. A keyboard that doesn't come with such an adapter probably only supports USB, so the adapter won't work in the first place. If you want a ...


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If you want some DIY, you can try my opensource project, usb2ps2conv. It lets you make a USB-keyboard to PS/2-computer converter out of an STM32F401C-DISCO board and a couple of resistors. This project is currently in development, but it's already functional enough to control a Linux PC via a USB keyboard plugged into a PS/2 port through this converter. The ...


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