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I've just built a script for that, it's not pretty but works for me. I tested this script on Arch Linux with this configurations: $ uname -a Linux 4.4.13-1-lts #1 SMP Wed Jun 8 16:44:31 CEST 2016 x86_64 GNU/Linux And my device name is /dev/sdb which is quite different from yours, I hope it will work for you as well. Also note that this script depends on ...
None of the answers here worked for me, and the options I wanted to set could not be specified in xorg.conf: $ xsetwacom -x get 'Wacom Intuos PT S Pad pad' button 1 Button: Actions are not supported by xorg.conf. Try shell format (-s) instead. I ended up having to start the script with a systemd service triggered by a udev rule: $ cat /etc/udev/rules.d/...
Files in /dev are mostly created by the udev process which receives events from the kernel by listening to the netlink socket for NETLINK_KOBJECT_UEVENT (see man 7 netlink). The events are sent when a new kernel object (kobject) is created. These objects are also seen in the /sys sysfs filesystem. In particular, files named dev in the /sys/devices subtree ...
If you have a file named MAKEDEV ( yes upper case) in /dev directory, you can try to run it. HP UX use insf -e.
You can try running # udevadm trigger Or restart the udev daemon.
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