Questions concerning graphics tablet or digitizer that can be used as an input device that enables a user to hand-draw images and graphics, similar to the way a person draws images with a pencil and paper. This is in contrast to tablet computer, a one-piece mobile computer.

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compatiblity with Intel Dual Band Wireless-N 7260 (on tablet)

I hold a Dell Venue Pro 11 7130 with the following integrated network adapter: Intel Dual Band Wireless-N 7260. My aim is using Linux in live mode on it. Most of the distros I've being running so ...
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Linux Kernel - Wacom Tablet (CTL-490DW-S) - Lockout

I'm a bit of a beginner with Linux and after trying to fix this over the last few days I've finally given up and need your help. I'm trying to use my new Wacom (CTL-490DW-S (Intuos DRAW)) drawing ...
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Installing Linux onto Teclast X80H x86 tablet

I'm trying to install Linux (any linux, but preferrably Ubuntu Mate) onto my cheap tablet Teclast X80H, which came preinstalled with WIN8/Android x86. Main specs are: CPU: Intel Bay Trail, 1830 MHz, ...
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can't boot fedora live medium on my strange tablet

I can get it booting and can see the filling splash. However, my usb drive is attached through the tablet's OTG port which needs DWC3_XHCI to be on, which most kernels don't. Can I re-compile the ...
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openSuSe 13.2 Plasma 5 Wacom GUI (kcm_tablet)?

I use openSuSe 13.2, KDE4 and kcm_tablet for Wacom gui. I tried switching to Plasma 5 but kcm_tablet stopped recognizing Wacom daemon. Is there any way to make kcm_tablet (or any other Wacom gui) ...
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Calibrating pen and touch via xinput

Introduction This is a follow up from my previous question here. When I connect my tablet to a projector, due to change of resolution the pen is not calibrated any more. I found this wiki post from ...
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xinput calibration and options

I'm on a lenovo thinkpad x220t running a fresh installation of fedora 22. Everything works fine, except when I connect the tablet to a projector, due to change of resolution the pen is not calibrated ...
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How tell xrandr to let my mouse move between monitors?

I have both an internal and external display which I'd like to pass my cursor over. When I start the computer with the external connected, my display manager starts with the wrong DPI, and I have to ...
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Installing Linux on a tablet

I would like to install Linux on my tablet. It has Cortex A9 processor (RockChip RK2928), 512MB RAM and 4GB internal memory. My question is: is there any Linux distro that would work on it? I tried to ...
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GNOME Wacom Tablet settings pannel don't show Waltop Evo tablet

In general, Waltop Evo Graphic Tablet works but I can't configure it with Wacom Tablet settings pannel (Settings>Wacom Tablet). It shows "Please plug in or turn on your Wacom tablet ..." More info: ...
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How to make a Wacom tablet stylus slower (less sensitive)

The pointer moves too fast (demonstration video) when I use the tablet in relative mode after I run xsetwacom set "Wacom Bamboo stylus" Mode Relative However, xsetwacom --list parameters does not ...
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How to get an Wacom Intuos CTH-480 to work under Easy Peasy 1.6 (Ubuntu 10.04)?

Is there any way to make a Wacom Intuous CTH-480 work under Easy Peasy 1.6 (Ubuntu 10.04)? I have installed the Wacom Driver files according these instruction, replacing 3.7 with 2.6.30, as Easy ...
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Use hardware button for onscreen keyboard

I have installed Linux Mint on a tablet computer. This computer runs the same as a PC, but it does not have a built-in keyboard. I want to use the hardware button to load the onscreen keyboard. How ...
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Problem installing input-wacom-0.20.0

I run Linux Mint 14. I bought a wacom intuos pen&touch small tablet and my old driver (don't know which one, someone installed it for me...) does not support it. I did a little research and found ...
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How to get a Finepoint Digitizer Tablet to work under Fedora Core 16?

How to get a Finepoint Digitizer Tablet to work under Fedora Core 16? The hardware in question is a Gateway m285-E. It uses an active pen (has a battery in the pen). cat /dev/ttyS0 returns ...
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Configure Wacom Intuos Graphics Pad in Linux Mint 15

I purchased a Wacom Intuos graphics pad recently (specifically, Create Pen & Touch Tablet, which I think is the rebranding of the Intuos 4), and I am trying to configure it on my Linux Mint 15 ...
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How to configure graphics tablet to use just one monitor with XFCE?

The graphics tablet I use, works as expected with Gnome 3. I can use absolute positioning on my multi monitor setup. I've set one of my two monitors to be used with the graphics tables. This way, if ...
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Is there any way I can use notebook's touchpad as a pressure-aware pointer in a paint program?

I have a notebook (ASUS N56VZ) with multitouch touchpad. Apparently my touchpad supports pressure levels (in Xorg.0.log I have line synaptics: ETPS/2 Elantech Touchpad: pressure range 0 - 255) It ...
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How to get Xorg to use the wacom driver for my graphics tablet?

I just got a Wacom graphics tablet, plugged it in, installed the drivers and it mostly works. However xsetwacom and the KDE tablet settings module don't recognize it. Upon inspection of Xorg.0.log I ...
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Tablet evdev button event calibration

I have a tablet (Genius G-Pen 340 or UC-LOGIC Tablet WP4030U), it's detected and initialized as 'evdev tablet catchall'. Problem is that button event 1, simulated on axis 2, is triggered in very ...
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Is there a Linux for an MSM7227 tablet with USB keyboard and touchscreen stylus drivers?

I have a ZTE V9C 7" tablet with 800MHz MSM7227 processor, Snapdragon family (ARM architecture?), Android 2.3, and I want to have a (very lightweight) Linux running on it (I know Android uses a Linux ...
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Will WPA or WEP BT crackers perform well on Galaxy Tab?

I checked some videos on YouTube, and it talks about how to install BT on different Linux tablets, like the Galaxy Tab and really wonder if reaver, aircrack or whatever other tools would work just ...
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handling right click with single button mouse (tablet)

I'm currently trying to put together a config to facilitate accessing a Linux machine over VNC from a tablet. But I've got a problem with how to deal with right clicks (although I haven't actually ...
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Build an Affordable Linux Tablet [closed]

I have 3 young children and my wife has asked that the girls get a tablet, for basic gaming, and online web tutorials (school work usually). Has anyone created or built a good affordable Linux ...
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Linux on a tegra tablet for programming

I would like to use a tablet for some mobile programming. It would be nice to read a pdf and immediately try the code on the same device. I've found various videos and tutorials how to get Ubuntu ...
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Distro recommendation for “Out The Box Multi Touch Tablet Support”

I have a Dell Inspiron Duo - The tablet netbook, the 1090. It's beautiful, and I want to get the most out of it. I don't mind digging deep into a distro and installing patches and such to get ...
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wacom pen & touch cth-460 on debian [closed]

Following instructions at http://lik.noblogs.org/post/2010/05/07/wacom-debian/ Though, i downloaded and built linuxwacom-0.8.8-11 ./configure --enable-wacom ...
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Does anyone know how to configure a Wacom Bamboo tablet to work left-handled?

I have my Wacom Bamboo tablet working fine under Fedora 14 but would like to switch it from right- to left-handed. How can this be done?
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What distributions work out of the box with tablet computers?

I recently got my hands on a tablet computer. I tend to at least dual boot my systems. While doing some research about tablet computing and *nix most of the information was from the 2004-2008 era ...