Hiya, John. My, you do get around..!
Having got Brian's pm, we can try a few things.....
Mm. TBH, I don't know the first thing about KVM switches. Never used one; never even seen one, come to that.
First thing that springs to mind is driver support, i.e., the kernel in use. You're using, what.....Tahr 6.02? That's k3.14.20. 6.0.5 comes with k3.14.56.
I'm running k4.1.11 in Tahr 6,05, through an upgrade. And the newest release, Xenialpup, is running k4.9.13.
Personally, I'd try Tahr 6.0.5 first; see what happens. Then, if you want to stick with Tahr, we can do the kernel upgrade; quite simple (even though it's not done through the PPM).
If there's no joy, give Xenialpup a try. Or, failing that, ask on the Puppy forums.....or I can, if you want. Up to you.
Edited by Mike_Walsh, 22 July 2017 - 06:28 AM.
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