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ADB(4)		     OpenBSD Programmer's Manual (Mac68k)		ADB(4)

     adb - Apple Desktop Bus driver

     adb0 at obio?
     akbd* at adb?
     ams* at adb?

     The Apple Desktop Bus (ADB) is the single-master, multiple-slave, low-
     speed serial bus interface used by Macintosh computers to connect input
     devices such as keyboards, mice, trackballs, and graphics tablets to the

     OpenBSD provides support for the following devices:

	   akbd(4)	 Apple Keyboard Device
	   ams(4)	 Apple Mouse Support


     The adb interface first appeared in NetBSD 0.9.

     Bradley A. Grantham wrote the original adb driver, including the MRG
     support.  The hardware direct interface was written by John P.
     Wittkowski.  The PowerManager interface was written by Takashi Hamada.

     o	 Not every class of ADB hardware is supported yet.
     o	 The talk command is currently unimplemented.
     o	 The listen command is not implemented yet.

OpenBSD 4.9			 May 31, 2007			   OpenBSD 4.9

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