Has anyone looked into making an interface cable for a standard USB keyboard to work with a PSP? With the two flavors of Linux (HAL91 and DLX) seeming to work, I'm getting more anxious about using a keyboard for text entry.
Arwin's P-sprint is a step in the right direction for homebrews built from scratch, but for those homebrews that are more of a work-around or straight port, a keyboard may still be the better short term solution.
I've researched the pin-outs and it's fairly straight forward. Problem is - finding a place that will sell connectors by the onsey-twoseys and not in lots of 100+. I've got a spare USB numberpad already (for an old laptop I still drag about) and have toyed with the idea of jury-rigging something together just to see if it works outright (hoping the Linux distros would recognize something plugged into the port upon boot-up).
Anyway, couldn't think of anywhere else to ask. And I'm kinda getting tired of waiting till the Layer3 keyboard hits the shelves in late September... Plus, I may do a presentation at ToorCon about using the PSP for (cough) network probes, and I wanted to work on get nmap working with HAL91 for a live demo of a hand-held "game" console (said PSP) doing REAL probes on a standard computer network... BWAAAAhhahahahaaaaaa... Hide your kids and your network connections!!! ; P