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Posted: June 02 2007,19:23 QUOTE

Quote (Zucca @ May 15 2007,15:28)
Even if I happend to find that old Gravis pad I couldn't use it because it uses Macintosh's "PS/2" port. USB was really rare at that time. ;)

ADB, not PS/2 :angry:

And alot of the generic usb game pads are recognized as HID devices. And you can make nes/snes to serial, to parallel, and to usb adapters that work with linux very cheaply. Master System and Genesis too.
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Posted: June 03 2007,08:46 QUOTE

Ah. It's name is ADB.
I never heard that before that's why I said PS/2 between apostrophes. ;)

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