Re: graphic tablet controls
- Date: Tue, 10 Apr 2018 18:03:57 -0400
- From: songbird <songbird@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: graphic tablet controls
Bruce Byfield wrote:
> I recently started using a Wacom Intuos Draw tablet. Its functions as a
> mouse substitute are available as soon as I plug it in, and the
> device is detected by the operating system. However, the tools
> available in desktop environments for configuring buttons and drawing
> functions don't detect the tablet, even though I can use the stylus in
> the testing area for the tools. Nor does xsetwacom work from the command
> I have built and install the latest kernel modules for the tablet, and
> added the appropriate lines in xorg.conf. Neither has any noticeable
> effect. I have consulted the Debian wiki, as well as the Llinux Wacom
> project, but nothing changes the situation. Any idea where to go from
how recent a kernel do you have? what version of
Debian are you on? what desktop?
i'm not familiar at all with these devices but
the above questions may help someone else give a
in nosing around google i'm seeing some people
talk about them and that they are not new devices.
one person says that after reboot it worked...
has that been tried?