No that’s not it. Password must be at least 8 characters Forgotten password? It turns out input-wacom should work for Lucid, Maverick, and Natty. Is this necessary or can we continue with just a fresh installation? Please enter a valid email address Already registered? I overlooked post
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The line for your model should be a little lower. One was the X driver which X. I read about “Bamboo Pen” models everywhere and I totally overlooked. Maverick already has the newer one so you don’t have to worry about it. Do you know if it is a new model that pdn came out? I know nothing about the arcane art of scripting a make file. May 13th, 4. I don’t think I see an eraser but it is hard to tell in the pictures and the details of the stylus aren’t listed.
Its a fresh install so spending a little time on a reinstall is totally fine with me. Making the Natty Unity a Beta 1. Been on my to do list. Here is the output of lsusb: So I’ve asked her to ditch windows and try out Ubuntu. Alright we’ll start with wacom.
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Now click the big orange ‘checkout’ button, and bsmboo payment oje. It is likely I’ll be the one adding support for your model. I get this output: But since my patches and from other folks were accepted into xfinput-wacom and linux-input I removed that stuff a few weeks ago.
Say in the last several months. That is actually how things are suppose to work and linuxwacom was an anomaly having both in the same package.
The lines before are the structures you mentioned. Sure, and if we get it working you could always add the modified wacom. But the usb kernel driver wacom. Is it on the developers list of devices to add?
Its a fresh install so spending a little time on a reinstall is totally fine with me. Give me a day or two. I assume you mean you now have the unpacked source code for input-wacom and are ready to make the changes in the code?
I guess we posting at the same time. That way the modified module is automatically compiled for a new kernel, rather than requiring you to manually do it. This is actually for my mom’s laptop.
It turns out input-wacom should work for Lucid, Maverick, and Natty. How does it work?
Not only is that somewhat of an undertaking downloading and compiling a kernel but then Ubuntu updates won’t work on your custom kernel. Enter in a terminal: But I’d consider that sort of an alpha of Unity.
May 14th, 7. I do not recognize that model.