The serial device that the keyboard is connected to. The device must implement the serial-device interface.
Write-only. Forces keyboard events. Writing value (an integer) to index i forces key number i to be pressed if value is 0, or released if value is 1.
The keyboard input buffer.
List of keys currently pressed.
Set if keyboard has received a SET_LED command and is waiting for the data byte.
Recorder object defining the recorder interface.
This is a workaround for Linux kernel 2.4 that interprets key-codes from the Sun keyboard as PC (PS2) scan-codes, although the keyboard was correctly identified as a Sun Type 5 keyboard. (It is not yet verified if this is a Linux or Simics problem).
|key-down||send key event|
|key-up||send key event|